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Have you already updated your Samsung Epic 4G Touch on the latest FB27 Firmware leak? if yes then the next step is rooting your phone. Thanks to Calkulin of XDA Developers Forum you can now have rooted FB27 firmware phone by reflashing the FB27 firmware of Calkulin which is already rooted.

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With the CyanogenMod team pushing CyanogenMod 9 (CM9) onto as many devices as possible, it was only expected that the Samsung Epic 4G gets its share of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Because this is still an alpha release, there are bugs that need to be addressed. The bugs are not major problems though–just tiny snags such as the camera crashing when you change the picture size, video recording sometimes showing artifacts, and MMS sometimes being unreliable. Since this is an official release by the CyanogenMod team at the helm, it’s only a matter of time before a more stable…

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Finally the Sprint variant of the Samsung Galaxy S2, the Epic 4G Touch, now has an official MIUI release. For those who do not know what MIUI is, it’s a ROM that – in many peoples’ opinions – feels a lot like iOS. Mostly due to the fact that there is no app drawer, and all your apps are placed on your homescreen. While others can  and will argue that it does not feel like iOS because there is to much customization on MIUI for it to be iOS-like. But we can all say, it’s closer to iOS then Android…

We don’t have a release date for the Samsung Epic 4G but Spring have gone ahead and made a comparison video between their two super-high end smartphone devices, the HTC EVO 4G and the Samsung Epic 4G. Sprint are actually pretty hands-on when it comes to promoting devices themselves, but I have never seen a direct comparison like this before. The video is pretty balanced without stating that one phone is ‘better’ than the other, and focusing purely on their relative strengths. Epic 4G offers slide out QWERTY keyboard Super AMOLED display Awesome graphics (PowerVR SGX540) EVO 4G offers Larger…

The unreleased Samsung Intercept for Sprint seems to have been sold prematurely over at Best Buy Mobile.  The device, which is expected to be available on July 11, was sold accidentally by a Best Buy Mobile employee and has shown up on YouTube in all its glory.  The entry level smartphone sports Android 2.1, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard that looks very much like the one found on Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S-based Epic 4G.

If you want to check out the latest Samsung Galaxy S based Android 2.1 smartphones, there’s no better way than via video. In the player below you will find videos on the 4 new U.S. market devices (AT&T’s Captivate, Sprint’s Epic 4G, T-Mobile’s Vibrant, and Verizon’s Fascinate).  They are all similar, but have different software tweaks, and the Epic 4G, of course, also has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and WiMAX support. Use the tabs on the left and right edge of the player to switch from video to video.

We had already seen images and leaked specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S Pro. Well this device has now become official with the real name of Samsung Epic 4G. This device is remarkably similar to the Samsung Galaxy S, which has already launched in Europe, but offers a five row slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Of course, it also comes with 4G data connectivity which the Samsung Galaxy S does not have. Similar to the Galaxy S, this device will launch with Android 2.1, but is slated for upgrade in the near future by Samsung themselves to Android 2.2, aka Froyo. So…