Samsung Epic 4G Touch Moving Towards a Software Fix?
The Samsung Epic 4G Touch is an awesome phone, but nothing is without its flaws. There’s been word that Samsung’s superphone suffers from a signal loss bug that results in the user having to reset their phone to get a signal back. This issue is rumored to be occur when shifting between spotty 3G and 4G coverage areas.
If all of this sounds familiar to you, then we’ve got some good news on the way. According to the folks over at Android Central, the Epic 4G Touch is due for a software fix that is said to be specifically crafted to resolve this very issue. Rumored to come in the form of Android 2.3.6 with a baseband of SPD710.10.S.EK02, the update is said to be under review and targeting a December release.
If you’re one of the unlucky Epic 4G Touch owners experiencing this issue, please share your experience with us and other owners via the comments. We’d also like to know if in addition to this issue, are you experiencing any other bugs with your Epic 4G Touch? In the meantime here’s to hoping that Christmas comes early for you guys in the form of a software update.