The word is old Samsung has begun pushing out an over the air update to the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone shortly after launch, and for those that own the Samsung Galaxy S3 all you need to do is hit the software update button in settings and the handset will download and install the update in a few minutes.
According to the guys over at Phone Arena though, the Samsung Galaxy S3 update has a very short changelog which only indicated s improved stability, and the update size depends on your configuration, theirs was roughly 9MB; however there are some reports of the update being 31MB plus.
As to what the over the air update improves apparently isn’t all that noticeable, as the guys say they played around with their Samsung Galaxy S3 before and after the OTA update and the device is as smooth as ever.
Still it does go to show that Samsung is dedicated in keeping their flagship Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone in good order pushing out the first update so soon after launch to iron out any teething problems the user might have experienced.
According to the guys, once their downloaded and installed the first update on their Galaxy S3 all they really noticed was the software version changed from I9300XXLEF to I9300XXLF2, and that is it.
So we’d like to ask any of our Android faithful readers out there with a Samsung Galaxy S3 if they have grabbed this first OTA update for their device yet and have you noticed any stability improvements afterwards, feel free to let us know by dropping us a line to our comments area below.
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