ICS Dialer v1.0 Now Available For Samsung Epic 4G Touch
Bits and pieces of Ice Cream Sandwich are everywhere, and now Samsung Epic owners can get their hands on the ICS Dialer courtesy of XDA Senior Member ssconceptz.
The XDA member has created a clone of the ICS Dialer built off the stock Contacts.apk from the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. Please note that this is not a port and that your tabs will not be ICS tabs (as per the image), since this will reflect the specific ROM theme for your tabs.
The file should work on any ROM for Samsung Epic 4G Touch devices. There are two options for installation – a simple installable app or a flashable zip.
For more information including to download the files, head on over to the application thread.
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