Originally Posted by Verizon ED01 Release Notes PDF
Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a new software update, i500.ED01, for your Samsung® Fascinate.™ This update includes numerous enhancements and improvements, including an update to Android OS 2.2 (Froyo).
Verizon Wireless and Samsung encourage you to download this update.
Web Browsing and Data Access
Device now supports Adobe® Flash® 10.1.
Search the web via Bing™ Voice Search without interruption.
Email and Messaging
Move messages between folders in the Exchange email client with ease.
Easily delete all messages in your sent and trash folders within your Exchange email account without being prompted to close the application.
When using the Swype® feature, sentences are now displayed with the proper use of upper and lower case letters.
“Dialed Calls” correctly displays within the dialer application.
When connected to a Bluetooth® device, pressing the speaker button will properly activate the speakerphone.
Turning on the backlight when the phone is mounted in the car dock will no longer automatically activate the speakerphone.
Improvements to the Voice Commands application allows you to accurately search contacts by name and number, even when the Contact List contains duplicates.
Additional Device Features
Color and text scheme in the Calendar has been improved for better readability.
“Feeds and Updates” widget improvements for auto-refresh feature.
V CAST Apps is now preloaded.
Samsung Media hub is now preloaded.
Ability to allow automatic app updates in Android Market.
For step-by-step instructions on how to perform the download, please visit verizonwireless.com/fascinatesupport
Source Code [4/15/11]
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