A week ago Samsung began the process of upgrading last year's flagship phone to some more recent form of the Android operating-system, but after it had been launched many users' experienced problems and today the Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update continues to be pulled as well the Galaxy Note 2 update going to be postponed.
Because the update was initially launched by Samsung the update has arrived at more regions however it soon grew to become apparent that some customers appeared to be hit with issues. The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for that Samsung Galaxy S3 yesterday hit the United kingdom also it was readily available for our unlocked form of the unit with an OTA update.
Other problems included a patchy Wi-Fi connection or the handset locking up completely needing the battery to be pulled to restart the device. Considering the handset has been sitting on Android 4.1.2 for a while now it's a poor performance by the company when you take into account how long Android 4.3 Jelly Bean has been available.
The update had also reached some carrier versions of the handset in the UK that included O2 and Three, and you would have thought these have been pulled as well and hopefully Samsung quickly provides a fix for those that have already installed the software and commences the rollout of the update.
Have you install the program and also have had issues with your Galaxy S3?