The Samsung Intercept for Sprint has been around for a few months now, but users have been left with Android 2.1 until now. A new update for the Intercept will give users Android 2.2 Froyo and all its goodness along with a number of other fixes. In addition to upgrading the software to the not-so-latest version of Android – Android 2.3 Gingerbread did come out yesterday with the Nexus S, after all – Sprint has also fixed Sprint Navigation, a dropped call issue after unacknowledged call waiting and the force close bug when opening contacts.
Here are additional points from Sprint:
- The software version is: S:M910.05.S.DL05
- The build version is: Froyo.DL05
- Access the Samsung Intercept Maintenance Releases blog here for install instructions
Also note that the release is being pushed out by Google, so you may not get your update today. Of course, it couldn’t hurt to check manually, but don’t get heartbroken if your device isn’t ready yet. Sprint says that the update may come in waves and can take up to four days before it hits every single user. Until then, try to have a little patience!