It appears that an update for the Verizon Omnia II (SCH-i920) has been released by Samsung. The description claims that the upgrade “includes numerous software additions/enhancements/corrections,” but this seems to be nothing more than marketing lingo. The accompanying installation guide, found on the product page, adds some clarification by referring to it as “Maintenance Release 1 (CK24) containing Qualcomm 1x/EVDO Call Drop Patch.” If you’re running Windows XP or Vista and want to upgrade, grab it directly from Samsung. Let us know if you notice any other changes.

Warning: as the installation guide mentions, the update must be installed using Windows XP or Vista (32-bit versions). Do not install using Windows 7 or you will brick your device. Please read all instructions carefully and remember that your storage will be wiped upon installation.

(via: CareAce)

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