Samsung's third-generation Galaxy smartphone has narrowly scored the highest marks in customers satisfaction in the U.S., based on a new survey.
Samsung Galaxy S3 owners everywhere have been anxiously awaiting their bump up to Android 4.2.2 for some time now, and while it looks like that upgrade won't land on handsets until next month at the earliest, Galaxy S3 owners on certain networks around the world are currently receiving a little gift of their own.
It has become fairly clear that the much-anticipated Android 4.2.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 won't be releasing as soon as most had hoped. Instead, the firmware is expected sometime in Q3 2013, and it looks like we might have a more specific time frame for you.
While most of the world's Samsung Galaxy S3 owners are anxiously holding their breaths in anticipation of an Android 4.2.2 update, eager beavers can download a test firmware ahead of the official release.
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 owners have been through a rough ride recently, with the Multi-Window update creating more problems than not. The nation's largest wireless service provider is trying to rectify the inconvenience, however, with a new software update.
It wasn't too long ago that it was revealed that Samsung would be delaying Android 4.2.2 for both the Samsung Galaxy S3. While no updated release time frame was given at the time, a new report states that the next version of Android should roll out to Galaxy S3s sometime during Q3 2013.
Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 owners were recently disappointed to find out that the much-awaited Android 4.2.2 update for their handsets was going to be delayed because of issues with the TouchWiz interface. So what exactly is this TouchWiz that's causing all the fuss?
It looks like there's bad news on the Samsung Galaxy S3 home front as Samsung is reportedly delaying the much-wanted Android 4.2.2 update for its 2012 flagship handset.
Bad news Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 owners: your Multi-Window update was so bad it has been pulled off the air. After receiving numerous complaints about the update, it seems that Verizon has completely scrapped sending build VRBMD3 out anymore.
The latest Verizon update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 might be more trouble that its worth. It was only last week that Latinos Post reported on the 4G LTE connectivity issues, and while it looks like there's a slew of other issues users are reporting in, there may be a fix to the 4G connectivity problem.
Android updates are always welcome news, but as with all software patches, they can come with their share of problems. It looks like Verizon Galaxy S3 owners are experiencing issues with 4G LTE connectivity following the recent firmware upgrade.
Samsung Galaxy S3 owners on Verizon's network can now receive one of the most prolific updates put out by the carrier: Multi-Window and additional features. The carrier has officially announced it is rolling out the upgrade to users nationwide.
Samsung Galaxy S3 users have something else to look forward to: an Android update. If the stars hold their position, Galaxy S3s worldwide should start seeing Android 4.2.2 before June passes.
T-Mobile recently released an Android 4.1.2 with Multi-Window update for its Galaxy S3, but reports are coming in that the upgrade comes with a keyboard problem.
T-Mobile is joining Sprint as one of the major U.S. carriers to be rolling out an Android 4.1.2 update for its Galaxy S3 users complete with Premium Suite features such as Multi-Window.