Earlier we covered the EP1F Gingerbread firmware leak
for the Samsung Droid Charge, and that brought in some much needed improvements to the device that was stuck with the Android 2.2 Froyo Firmware as the latest offering. Now it seems like the Droid Charge is on the roll as an EP4P Gingerbread firmware has been leaked over at MyDroidWorld thanks to forum member p3droid
. The leak is strictly unofficial, but has been tested for over 4 days apparently without any serious issues encountered. Being the first LTE Droid, and boasting some very impressive specs, running the Froyo firmware was almost shameful. Not anymore, and you know what makes this leak even hotter? The fact that the leak comes in 4 different packages. You have:
- A stock and non rooted ROM.
- A stock and rooted ROM.
- A stock, deodexed and rooted ROM.
- A deodexed, debloated and rooted ROM.
Samsung Droid Charge is a high-end Android phone that debuted with 4.3 Inch AMOLED plus display carrying Android 2.2 Froyo on board. Due to the slim design and 4G LTE capability on board, the phone was able to gather massive fan base within days on its release. The primary camera of Droid Charge comes with a whooping 8.0 Megapixel resolution along with shot modes like Action, Add Me, Cartoon, Smile Shot etc. The phone can capture video at 720p HD and play back the same rate with a convenient HDMI TV out port also on board. Read More
The Droid Charge received a 2.3.4 based EP1F firmware earlier this month, but that was a leak, and not an official or final release by Verizon. Now another 2.3.4 firmware has leaked and surface on the internet but this time the firmware is a newer one labeled EP1H
and as with any leak, it is not the official or final release. My Droid World forum member p3droid
has put the firmware up for download on My Droid World and while the ROM is not the final real deal, it is reportedly very stable and smooth in operation.
In case you were waiting for official Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update for Droid Charge, then you might find this one interesting. Folks over at XDA have discovered, customized and leaked the officially unreleased EP1F Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread for Droid Charge users. The initial credit for leaking this build goes to P3 Droid at XDA forums. Currently there are two versions of this leaked EP1F ROM available with one carrying everything stock and the other debloated.
Samsung Droid Charge is the new sensation for Verizon users coming packed with 8 MP camera, 1 GHz processor and 4.3 Inch display. We have been consistently updating our readers about all new Android developments taking place for this phone. However, there is one simple glitch that’s proving to be a deal breaker for certain Android enthusiasts who like their devices super fast and rock stable. Apparently there are many Droid Charge users who are complaining of lag while using their phone and currently there is no fix available. The new EE4 OTA update
also failed to address the lag issue.
Finally there is some great news for all Verizon Droid Charge Android phone owners as the official EE4 update is rolling out right now. This new update for the Droid Charge comes with massive bug fixes and makes user experience more optimized. According to Verizon, this update will provide your phone with enhanced battery life and also integrate earlier missing essentials like phone log entry access, fix out going visual voicemail and some audio enhancements. Read More