Sprint™’s Samsung Galaxy S™ II Epic™ 4G Touch (up for an Oscar in both the “Longest name for a smartphone in the United States” and the “Most ™’s in one product name” categories) is officially receiving software version EL29 via OTA starting today. After being leaked a few weeks ago, this OTA finally brings a […]
Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G, released over a year and a half ago in August 2010 , had to wait seven months for an upgrade from Éclair (Android 2.1) to Froyo (Android 2.2.1), then had to wait another eight months to get an upgrade to Gingerbread. Now SprintFeed is sharing that the Epic 4G will be […]
After doing a few themes for the HTC Evo 4G, TeAm VeNuM has hit the Samsung Epic 4G Touch hard with quite a few options for Themes and ROMs. Their latest release, V C S, is based on the latest leak from Samsung (EL29). Read past the break for more information on this new release.
Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S II derivative, the Epic 4G Touch, is now available in a pretty snazzy looking white. There are no other changes to this otherwise popular device. You can get it from Sprint.com for $199 on a 2-year agreement. Source: Samsung
Recently we discussed the loss-of-service (LOS) issue affecting Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S2 variant, the Epic 4G Touch. Well after almost 3 months of knowing about the bug, which effectively causes the device to lose it’s signal and only a reboot will fix it, Sprint has released an OTA to resolve the issue. The release notes […]
UPDATE 01/05 – Sprint released EK02 which, while it doesn’t completely resolve LOS for all, seems to reduce the frequency. If you received LOS a lot, then you should see a dramatic decrease. If you rarely received LOS, then you should not see one again. The issue revolves around the modem not being able to recover from when […]