DI18 Update Released
Samsung Epic:9/30 - Samsung Epic Maintenance Release
WiFi standby battery drain
Amazon MP3 cannot download in 4G
Large emails lag in upload speeds
Increased 3G upload speeds
Update your software
1. The software will be automatically downloaded to your phone since this is a recommended update.
2. A System update screen will prompt the user to 'Install now' or 'Install later'.
If 'Install later' is selected, a reminder will be sent once or twice a day to install the update.
If 'Install now' is selected, the phone will power down and then reboot.
- This update will take approximately 7-8 minutes to download and 7-8 minutes to install.
- The new software version is: S700.0.5S.DI18
- This update is available OTA (over the air) and will be pushed to your device. It is being pushed in stages, beginning on 9/30 12:00AM EST, and will be rolled out to users over several days.
- Your device must be on software version DI07 to perform the update to DI18. If you are still on DG17 or DG27, a Sprint Service and Repair Center should be able to update your device to DI07. The update from DI07 to DI18 is not yet available to the Service and Repair Centers. As soon as it is, this post will be updated.
- 09-30-2010, 12:26 PM #2
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- 09-30-2010, 01:38 PM #6
Sleep issue: the phone should enter a standby "sleep" mode when the screen is off and there's no apps running like pandora.
Depending on how often you use the phone your awake time should be arond 10-20ish%.
The phone starts out fine then something triggers the phone to remain awake which kills the battery.
You can check this through spare parts by seeing the battery history. It will say what the phone is running at (awake time).
It was thought the drm process or mediahub causes this, but it's not the case. It's something else.
- 09-30-2010, 01:51 PM #7
- 09-30-2010, 01:53 PM #8
Is that the COMPLETE list of fixes are is there more within this update? And what does the email lag fix? The OS lag when sending large emails?
Is my key tone for swype going to come back with this update like it went away with the previous update? lol.
- 09-30-2010, 02:01 PM #9
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- 09-30-2010, 03:51 PM #20
what about news widgets on your home screens? They keep running right? WOuldn't that explain it?
Also what about the Beautiful Widget? It's got realtime weather updates.. wouldn't that also force the phone not to sleep?
Do we EVEN know what constitutes as sleep mode? Should expect phones to be sleep most of the time when we turn the screen off?
- 09-30-2010, 04:05 PM #21
Go to dialer and enter *#4636*1111#. Then select Battery History. From there you can find all this info....specifically Under "Other Usage" the top bar reads "Running". Tap this and it gives you time without sleeping. You can select whether to see this info since last boot, unplugged, or all time.
After a lot of tweaking and locking down certain apps I'm at 23% time without sleeping today. Pretty good considering my Airave went down for about an hour this afternoon. Prior to adjusting settings it was always above 60% and sometimes in the 90's.
- 09-30-2010, 04:09 PM #22
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Hmm... I don't think this is a defect with the Epic... I've gone through 3 phones... and every one has had its problems, but they have ALL been able to sleep perfectly fine.
For those that have a problem with this particular issue: you must have some rogue process or application that's doing it. Download the System Panel application and it will help you locate the problem.
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