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Have you tried using our Mobile HTML5 website for smartphones or the Tapatalk app, yet, to access Sprint 4G Rollout Updates? I am using Tapatalk to type this post from my Epic 4G Touch.

 

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Tapatalk is very good. However you can't view the rest of the S4GRU website content on it. Just the forums.

 

To use the S4GRU Mobile site, go in to your Mobile Browser and type in s4gru.forumflash.com in the address bar. Many browsers will automatically be detected as a Mobile device and automatically load the mobile site. In others, it will load the S4GRU fron page as normal. But if you go down to the lower left hand corner of the page, there is a hyperlink that says "View Mobile Site." Click on that and the S4GRU mobile site in HTML5 will reload on your page.

 

The HTML5 mobile website allows you to view news articles and blogs and virtually all of the full site features of the S4GRU website!

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