Galaxy S III is far from the newest device on the market, but at the same time, it isn't one that Samsung and the carriers are done with just yet. In fact, T-Mobile has just begun rolling out an update. The update is heading to those carrying the Galaxy S III LTE (t999L) and is arriving as Android 4.3 with baseband version T999LUVUBMK4. And along with the change in version numbers, there are some new features.
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Android 4.3 update to many of Samsung's flagship devices is experiencing a rather tumultuous and uncertain ride. But while the update for the international model of the Samsung Galaxy S III has been put on hold indefinitely, AT&T is pushing through with the roll out for its customers.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the year-old Samsung Galaxy S III was almost seen as a blessing until users started experiencing critical problems after installing it. Samsung UK has just issued an official statement that doesn't give much information about the issues but at least acknowledges it and promises to look into it.
Samsung Galaxy S III. It seems that the leaked test build for the Android 4.3 update that appeared yesterday is more or less the final build that has now been released by Samsung. Unfortunately, it means that it also contains all the warts and missing pieces that the test build had as well.
Android 4.4 news frenzy and temporarily setting our eyes on a much awaited update to Samsung's previous flagship, the Galaxy S III. The smartphone, along with a bunch of other recent and somewhat recent Samsung smartphones, are scheduled to receive an upgrade to Android 4.3. And now there's a leaked build of that firmware going around the Internet.
Samsung high-end devices who are itching to get their hands on the latest Android 4.3 version might now have their need satiated, that is if the devices were purchased from AT&T. Several builds for Samsung's Android 4.3 update have been leaked and are ready to serve the AT&T Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy Note II.
Samsung has found that out the hard way and is now offering its apologies and peace offerings to its Chinese customers.