Sprint said it was coming
, and lo and behold, the carrier has proven to be true to its word. Here on the final day of September, the year 2010, Sprint
has issued a highly anticipated firmware update for the Epic 4G
. We're told that it'll be pushed automatically to phones, bringing along four major fixes
: WiFi standby battery drain, Amazon MP3 cannot download in 4G, large emails lag in upload speeds and increased 3G upload speeds. The new version is S:D700.0.5S.DI18, should take seven or eight minutes to download and will be beamed across The Now Network over the course of the next few days. Is that a congregation celebrating off in the middle distance? Sure is.