Sprint has a couple of minor updates ready to roll for two members of their handset lineup. The Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic Touch 4G is receiving a maintenance update to software version S:D710:10S:F127, which fixes some issues with VPN and MMS over 3G as well as adds the ability to edit the Email apps’ out of office message. It’s still Ice Cream Sandwich, which is all fine and dandy, but if you see a prompt to update your device, don’t expect Jelly Bean.
The ZTE Fury is also moving up in software version to N850V1.0.0B14, which provides a few minor improvements to battery life and speaker phone as well as an updated Network Options menu under settings.
So there you have it. Some fresh software for slightly aging devices. Check out Sprint’s Community pages for more info.
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- Check out the ZTE Fury forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.