Samsung Epic 4G Rooted!
Those Android devs never stop, do they? Hot off the heels of last week, when the Backflip and Droid 2 were both rooted, the Samsung Epic 4G, Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S phone, has also been rooted. Just days before it’s launch, the Epic 4G was rooted using a process that apparently works on the HTC Evo 4G as well. Hooray!
The developers claim the process is simple, but we’ll leave such judgments to you. You can see it for yourself on the SDX page. Anyone planning to root their Epic 4G on the day it releases?
Let us know!
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