Samsung AT&T SGH-I607 drivers are tiny programs that enable your Mobile Phone hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
Maintaining updated Samsung AT&T SGH-I607 software prevents crashes and maximizes hardware and system performance.
They alleged that Samsung had named their smartphone with a word beginning with "Black" just to mislead the customers that would come to the cellphone stores with the intention to purchase a Black Berry.
A month later the two parties settled out of court.
Samsung today released their long-delayed upgrade to Windows Mobile 6 Standard for the Black Jack SGH-i607.
The upgrade was previously announced at last year’s CTIA expo, and was expected to be released last summer.
Gone are the trademark Samsung Windows Mobile standard and extended battery in the box; the BJ II has a single battery whose capacity is a capacious 1700 m Ah.
However, the love affair was ruined for some after numerous battery drain issues, which subsequently led to Samsung shipping the Black Jack with an extended battery.
Well, now the Black Jack's successor is out, and it takes care of that issue and then some.
However, Samsung and AT&T perpetually delayed the update.
The update has taken so long to be released, that AT&T has since released the original Black Jack’s successor, the SGH-i617 Black Jack II.