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Samsung Epic With Updated Android 2.2 FroYo

Samsung Epic AndroidThe Samsung Epic seems to be one of the few luckiest Samsung smartphones that recently got updated to Android 2.2 FroYo, In conjunction with the recent upgrade few small issues are aroused which were discussed and fixed in line with Samsung.

The recent updates was expected to make everything little smoother and less buggy, but things were turned out to be different. Though they are still busy in fixing the issues, Monday they introduced a patch for the Android 2.2 EB13 Software to fix a hardware keyboard trouble. Few members at XDA the 2.2 update for the Epic complained about a small problem that causes some difficulty in texting and typing. If you type a word for example “hello” the double click of L is not recognized by the software and it writes “helo”. That takes longer time to fix which is really frustrating.

The smart minds at XDA has identified the problem and explains that it happened due to a change in settings which creates obstruction in response with clicking the keys. But this problem is now resolved as they changed it back to the stock Android 2.1 setting on the Epic and this issue has now disappeared.

 

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  1. wtf says:

    The Samsung Epic seems to be one of the few luckiest Samsung smartphones that recently got updated to Android 2.2 FroYo. In conjunction with the recent upgrade a few small issues have arisen which were discussed and fixed in line with Samsung.

    The recent updates were expected to make everything a little smoother and less buggy, but things turned out to be different. Though they are still busy fixing the issues, they introduced a patch for the Android 2.2 EB13 Software to fix a hardware keyboard trouble on Monday. Few members at XDA complained about a small problem with the Epic’s 2.2 update that causes some difficulty in texting and typing. If you type a word, for example “hello”, clicking the “L” twice is not recognized by the software so it writes “helo”. This is taking a longer time to fix, which is really frustrating.

    The smart minds at XDA have identified the problem. They explained that it happened due to a change in the settings that creates an obstruction in response with clicking the keys. This problem is now resolved as they changed it back to the stock Android 2.1 setting on the Epic. This issue has now disappeared.

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