By Stephen Schenck | June 14, 2011 7:55 PM
Samsung’s Mesmerize on US Cellular got a long-overdue taste of Froyo with a software update arriving at the end of March. Now the carrier is revisiting the Mesmerize with a bugfix update, release EE19.
You’re going to have to get your hands dirty for the manual install process needed to get EE19 onto your Mesmerize; don’t worry too much, as the process is relatively straightforward (so long as you’re using a Windows-based PC, that is – Windows 7, Vista, or XP will suffice). After installing Samsung’s Kies Mini software on your computer, you’ll be ready to send the Mesmerize update to the smartphone.
Once installed, EE19 should fix issues with calls that didn’t come through while you were watching YouTube, and correct a few bugs related to selecting ringtones, including one that could cause a force-close. Contacts backup should also now perform properly. Behind the scenes, EE19 includes a few security fixes, which you shouldn’t even notice once installed. Kies Mini is available now, and once installed it will retrieve the EE19 update directly.