We brought you a leaked internal letter saying it was coming, and now, Samsung has released the source code for the Froyo update to the Galaxy S. For those of you with carrier-branded versions of the Galaxy S -- that'd be the T-Mobile Vibrant, AT&T Captivate, Sprint Epic 4G and Verizon Fascinate -- and stick with official updates, well, you're going to have to wait a bit. For if you don't mind flashing and what-not, it means Froyo is upon you. You can find the update at Sammy's Open Source Release Center (search for I9000). [Samsung Open Source Release Center; more discussion at XDA Developers] Thanks to everyone who sent this in!
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