The Samsung Epic 4G has been a really popular handset and was released at the end of August running on the Android 2.1 operating system. For those of you who’ve been waiting to officially update to Android 2.2, or Froyo as it was dubbed on the Epic 4G, there’s good news as it’s now become available.
The Froyo update on the Galaxy S range faced several delays and in recent weeks there were leaks of the almost-final build, according to Darren Murph over on Engadget. However, Engadget now reports, sourced from xda-developers that Android 2.2 (actually 2.2.1) is now being pushed out by Sprint over its update servers.
The build codename appears to be DK28 and the Epic 4G is the first Galaxy S phone in the U.S. to receive the 2.2.1 update. To update from Android 2.1 to the latest firmware on your Sprint Epic 4G hit the link here to download with full instructions.
For more on this go to engadget.com. Let us know how you get on with the update and if it all goes smoothly by sending us your comments and also tell us what you think of the latest OS update.
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