Originally Posted by austin420
because its not really a bad update. there is nothing wrong with it besides user error in flashing it and there is nothing wrong with the update that a hard reset shouldnt fix.
I wouldn't say user errors. You have to remember 95% of Epic users don't know about xda, don't care about rooting, and don't know anything about their phone except what is already on it. If they get an update from Sprint and it breaks their phone that isn't their fault and hard resetting is a crappy way to fix it.
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