Samsung Intercept to advance to Android 2.2 today

Samsung Intercept to advance to Android 2.2 today
If you own the Samsung Intercept, today could be a big day for you. According to a leaked document, the Sprint branded handset will be getting its Android 2.2 upgrade on Friday. The upgrade will automatically get pushed to the device. To check to see if you have received it, click on Menu>Settings>About Phone and confirm the Baseboard Version (S:M910.05.S.DL05) and the Build Number which is Fryoy.DL05.

Besides adding the support to play Adobe Flash, the upgrade also takes care of some issues that are specific to the model, like dropping calls after an unacknowledged call waiting, fixing a force close message that appears when opening up messages, repairing the problem that would not allow users to access the Google.com web site (!), exterminating the bug that limited custom ringtones to phone contacts, and the upgrade will install TeleNav GPS Navigation while Sprint Navigation will not be included. And after the upgrade, you will be able to use your Samsung Intercept for wireless tethering at $29.99 per month.

source: AndroidCentral


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