Tag Archives: S2

Samsung Epic 4G Touch Gets New ICS Leak, Missing Pinch To Zoom

A lot of devices had local search removed in updates to prevent lawsuits by Apple, but (in my opinion) this wasn’t a big usability issue and could easily be worked around. Now we may have a more serious problem on our hands. The newest ICS leak for the Epic 4G Touch (it’s been getting tons of new leaks) has all pinch to zoom functionality removed…. Read more

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II Getting Small Update Through Kies

The T-Mobile Galaxy S II is getting a new update, though it’s very minor. The new build is LH1 and it stays on 4.0.3 (which is too bad, Samsung’s 4.0.4 builds are a massive improvement). You’ll need the Kies computer software to install the update. The changelog states bug fixes and “ISIS/NFC update” which is very interesting. This is the first trace… Read more

Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G Touch ICS Update Pushing Out Again

The Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch has been rolled out before, but it was halted due to unknown problems. Luckily, it’s back in action and rolling out to owners of E4GT. So if you still haven’t gotten the update, check for it in Settings, and tell us how it goes. So E4GT owners, have you received the update yet? Tell us in the… Read more

AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket Getting Android 4.0.4 Update Now

Seems that the second S II on AT&T is being updated to Ice Cream Sandwich, except this one is getting 4.0.4. Users on XDA have reported that the Skyrocket is getting the official update right now through Kies. It is build I727UCLF6, so go fire up Kies and download it! And for those running the earlier leaks, this is a much newer build, so wait for the… Read more

Editorial: Every Phone Needs To Have Instant Shutter

My personal phone has been an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II for the longest time, and I’ve become accustomed to its camera. Let’s get this out of the way: The camera on the S II blows almost every other camera phone away. It is fantastic, amazing, and I couldn’t be happier with it. Until about a week ago, of course. I recently received an HTC DROID… Read more