Some time ago I wrote about my first Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy i7500. I have had some issues with the battery so one of the things I did was to update the firmware. I wrote about that on one of my sites while testing Joomla installation, thumbnailmaker.com. I am reposting the article here to let you know about my version of firmware.
Original post (link):
My Samsung Galaxy i7500 Android phone just lost its battery in 5 hours of wi-fi, GPS and phone use. It was charged to 96% and has powered off during a call. I have decided to upgrade the firmware, but I wanted to do it at the dealer’s. I have ran New PC Studio (NPC) to make sure which version I have and I have noted that it offered me a new version to upgrade, the one I haven’t seen before. It was version I7500XXII7 as you can see on the screen shot.
I didn’t find much about this version on the net, only two results. Any ideas if it’s good or not?
Update: I have tried to update the firmware again, but the software says there are no new updates found.
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