Sprint ID

OTA updates for Samsung Epic 4G, Transform and Galaxy Tab coming

A pretty strong indication of an over the air (OTA) update to the Samsung Epic 4G, Transform, and even the Galaxy Tab popped up on the interwebs today in the form of a screen shot from Sprint's website. The intended upgrades includes the Epic 4G moving up to Android 2.2.1 (Froyo) as well as some 2.2 yogurty goodness for the Samsung Transform. Even the Samsung Galaxy Tab joins the Epic 4G and Transform with a little nip and tuck courtesy of a Sprint ID update that will provide for a package of wallpapers, ringtones and apps to bring it up to where the current state of the art is for Sprint and Samsung.

HSN Introduces Sprint ID Pack for the Shopping Savvy

Sprint recently unveiled two new ID packs - from ESPN and MTV - at CES this year. To add to the family, the newest ID pack, released today, is from HSN. This ID pack is only available for currently supported phones such as the LG Optimus S, Sanyo Zio and Samsung Transform.

Sprint Launches ESPN Pack for Sprint ID Devices

Sprint has just announced the availability of the ESPN Pack for Sprint ID enabled handsets. Giving sports fans a way to stay current on all things ESPN, this new sprint pack brings access to ScoreCenter, Video, Mobile TV, and Fantasy Sports.

LG Optimus S Launching November 7th, Brings Sprint ID Along for Ride

Sprint ID was a hot ticket when it was announced not too long ago, but as many things do, it's become something of a distant memory since then. However, it's still out there, and now it's going to launch on a new device here in just under a week. The LG Optimus S is set to launch on November 7th with a nice price tag, plus Android 2.2.

Sprint Announces Sprint ID – Packs of apps, ringtones, etc [Video]

Sprint has just announced their plans to roll out what they like to call Sprint ID. Essentially they are a bundle of apps, wallpapers, ringtones, etc. that after download will completely change the way your phone looks and acts on a page-by-page basis. So far Disney, eBay, Oprah, StubHub, HSN, E Entertainment, ESPN, and Amazon are onboard to create ID packs. Own businesses are even allowed to create their own ID packs to send to their workers, the workers could then have this “work” home screen, and then have a few personal pages as well. Each app will manifest itself as it’s on Android homepage. If you flip to the right you will see the ESPN them and it’s included apps as a page, flip again and you will see it’s Disney ID pack. You are allowed up to 5 ID packs, and are allowed to further customize the pages to your liking. You can check out the video demonstration below: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlIRnsJRpGk[/youtube]