Are you one of the Samsung Intercept owners who was eagerly awaiting your time for the Android 2.2 update but was quickly disappointed when it made your device a nice paperweight? Well, it appears as though you are not alone, and Sprint has posted that they are aware that this update is making some devices unresponsive. They have not given a cause for the issue, not stated exactly what they plan to do to fix it but they do advise those who experience to call their customer service at 1-888-211-4PCS.
We assume an official fix is in the works. And if you're up for an unofficial fix (though reportedly it's the one Sprint's testing, there's another update.zip out there that reportedly does the deed. [via Sprint Community Forums, BriefMobile]
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