And with little fanfare Sprint has made the rollout of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch official. Via a posting to their community forums, software version FF18 was made official via an abbreviated changlog that lists email enhancements and a Google security patch right next to the obvious main goal of the update, which is bringing the Galaxy S II variant to Android 4.0.4. The announcement comes after rumors pointed to today as a likely candidate for the software upgrades launch as well as Samsung posting the source code of build FF18 to their open source site.
The update is rolling out over the air and likely will hit devices at a staggered pace, but you can attempt to pull it now by heading into your phone’s settings and checking “System updates” under “About phone.” Then go pop a bottle of champagne, you’ve waited long enough.
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- Check out the Samsung Epic 4G Touch forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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