Samsung Epic Android 2.3 Gingerbread build leaked

Looks like the amazing developers from XDA have done it again, as always they bring us the latest and greatest for our android phones. This is a leaked build of Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for the Samsung Epic. It comes pre-rooted for your convenience and is brought to us by ACS the Android Creative Syndicate Team. This is an official leaked build, but it still has some bugs to iron out, but as always we bring it to you as we see it. You can flash this if you'd like.

Sprint updates us on a few issues in the Epic 4G 2.2 Upgrade

For those of you who have been anxiously, and patiently waiting for the Android 2.2 FroYo update for all the Samsung Galaxy S devices. The last few weeks have finally been good to you. Although we all can agree it took way, way to long. Time has came and you all can now upgrade to Android 2.2 Sprint has just released the update to the Samsung Epic 4G back on the 21st, update EB13 to Android 2.2.1 and we have heard a few people were having issues. Today Sprint has updated everyone on there official forum about what was going on and how to fix these small issues.

Samsung Epic 4G Now Only $199.99 from Sprint

In response to the launch of the EVO Shift 4G, Sprint has cut the Samsung-made Epic by $50. Coming in now at only $199.99 the device sports a 4-inch SuperAMOLED display which is .4-inches bigger than the Shift.

Epic has no immediate plans to bring Infinity Blade to Android gamers

If you have seen the screen shots and read any reviews of the iPhone and iPad hack and slash game called Infinity Blade for iOS devices, you know that the game is supposed to be sick. If you have been hoping that a Christmas miracle would happen and the game would land soon for Android devices, that apparently isn't going to happen.

Epic 4G update started to be pushed, for real this time

A few people have been pushed the DI18 update that we covered last week fixing an array of things before it was hit with an “administrative issue,” which prevented the update from reaching owners. Well, the wait is over, more and more people are receiving the update right now, and we can expect a 4 day timeframe until all the updates have been pushed.

Epic 4G upload speed fix is almost here

If you are an owner of an Epic 4G, chances are you know how frustrating the upload speeds on the device can be. We already know that it is not the speedy Sprint network or the devices impressive hardware, it is a software problem that the device shipped with. The wait seems to be just about over as Sprint and Samsung are prepping the update as we speak and it will be present in the next maintenance release.

Android Community Week In Review – Week 37 2010

This week here at Android Community has been another exciting week. With Samsung announcing the Galaxy Tab for the US market, Android’s market share continuing to surge, and game developers becoming more interested in the Android platform.