Fix For Bricked Intercepts Due To Froyo Update
If you own a Sprint Samsung Intercept and were one of the excited owners to receive the FroYo update, only to find that your device is bricked, XDA forum member Whosdaman has posted a fix from Sprint.
The new update.zip and full instructions on how to fix the issues as a result of the Android OS update are all available in the link provided by the XDA member.
As well as the usual flashing process, the instructions advise removing and replacing the battery before entering Recovery.
For the fix to work, you must have FroYo already installed on your Samsung Intercept.
For more information, visit the forum thread.
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