C Spire Wireless originally updated the Samsung Galaxy S III to Jelly Bean back in March. That update brought the device to Android 4.1.2 and while that was likely welcomed by C Spire users -- there was something missing. The update that arrived in March did not contain the Premium Suite side of the update that was made available to Galaxy S III users with other carriers.
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waterproof, dirt proof, snow proof and shock proof. The problem for Android users is that up until this point they had been available for iOS devices including the iPhone and iPad. Well, that is going to soon be changing.
Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy S III had been delayed and while that hasn't changed, there has been a leak. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean (I9300XXUFME7) has leaked for the Galaxy S III. But with that, there is one warning you will likely want to know up front -- this is still considered to be in the testing stages.
Samsung is going to be cutting GALAXY S 4 production levels by up to 15 percent. The GALAXY S 4 component orders for July were around 6.5 million, which ended up being a bit more than half of what was ordered for May. While we suspect this may cause some to think sales are slumping, Samsung did recently address that topic after some analyst reports caused issues for the company.
began pushing what seemed like an exciting update for Galaxy S III users back towards the end of May. While the update seemed really good in terms of reading the changelog, it turned out to be not so good once downloaded and installed. User complaints began almost immediately and in the end, Verizon and Samsung pulled the update soon after and promised that a fix was on the way.
Galaxy S III, and are on U.S. Cellular we have some good news. We're getting scattered reports an over the air update is rolling out this week. It isn't Android 4.2 just yet, but you'll be getting a suite of new features worth taking a look at.
Samsung has been busy lately with updates for many of their flagship devices, but if you enjoy the Galaxy S III or Note II, the latest update could be a bit late. We've recently seen T-Mobile and Verizon update the Galaxy S III to Android 4.1.2 (just recently) and now the next update to 4.2.2 Jelly Bean could already be facing delays. Bad news for both devices.
began updating the Galaxy S III back towards the end of last month and almost immediately after we began hearing about issues dealing with the update. Most of the issues seem to have been on the topic of connectivity, specifically with 4G LTE however things were just not right for those who had updated. Verizon has yet to say what they may do to make things better for those who updated and are experiencing issues, but it looks like they have since pulled the update.
GALAXY S 4 smartphone might be the popular choice at the moment, but not everyone needs the best of the best or is willing to pay top dollar for a smartphone. Samsung's king of all smartphones last year, the Galaxy S III, is back on T-Mobile shelves but upgraded to support their new 4G LTE network. The device is available today and comes in at a great price too.