Last week, T-Mobile has rolled out updates for its Galaxy Note II, those subscribes with Galaxy Note II on the AT&T network was wondering where are their updates for their version of Galaxy Note II.
Well, we finally have good news for you. Inside a statement delivered to Engadget, AT&T revealed that it'll begin pushing an update to its Galaxy Note II tomorrow, Dec. 27, that'll include the Multi-Window feature. The newest software update will probably be rolled out to users on the air. AT&T's full statement is as follows:
"AT&T plans to begin rolling out a software update for Samsung Galaxy Note II customers that includes the Multi-Window feature, which allows the user to divide the screen into two active "windows" creating a split screen that enables fluid multitasking between applications. The update will be available for download over the air beginning Dec. 27."
This morning, owners of the Verizon Galaxy Note 2 received a minor update, thanks to Verizon's timely update of the device's support page, we now know that it's a security patch elated to the Exynos exploit.
- + Android Security Patch added for additional security.
The update is only 7.8MB in size, is listed by Verizon simply as an "Android Security Patch added for additional security." Since this is a bit vague, it appears this update of the software to version I605VRALL4 patches the Exynos exploit that allowed people to root the phone and unlock the bootloader. In additional, according to Droid-Life, it included is an update to the radio baseband, which is said to help signal reception, even though Verizon does not list that in the support documents.
To update your device, you will need to be in an area where Wi-Fi is available.
1. Begin by enabling Wi-Fi on your device.
2. To enable Wi-Fi on your device, go to "Settings" > under Wireless & networks, touch "Wi-Fi ON" to enable (if not already enabled)
3. Touch "Wi-Fi" to view and
Sprint have released a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on their network, the update brings few bug fixes to the Galaxy S3, including the voice mail application update and support for 3-digit SMS.
The update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Sprint is build number L710VPBMA6, and Sprint have started rolling out the update and it should be out to all devices over the next few days.
To find out more about the Samsung Galaxy S3 software update, head over to Sprint's website.
The Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 is receiving its update to software version VRBMB1, a day after the change log for the latest build was posted online. The update improves predictive text in the keyboard, allows users to take pictures while on calls, syncs emails better, and enhances Bluetooth. That's pretty much it, well, other than some added bloatware.
It's not Android 4.2 The update is 150.3MB in size.
The International version of the handset is set to get Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean after the launch of the Galaxy S4, but it looks like this sort of situation will be improved with the next Galaxy as benchmark tests have shown the smartphone will be using the same processor around the world.
Instructions : Verizon
Verizon is set to considerably update their Galaxy Camera and will apparently have more features such as the S Memo, Smart Modes, Help App and a view finder. The device will surely be popular among bloggers, professional photographers, hobbyists and even reporters who like high-powered Wi-Fi cameras for correspondence. This 16MP camera runs on a quad-core chipset on Android 4.1, upgradable to the Jelly Bean version 4.1.2.
It is available for $550 on Verizon and they also have a more flexible payment plan for those who do not want to pay that much in a single transaction.
The update will bring about new Smart Modes for various atmospheric conditions and will bring the total modes to 19. Furthermore, using an application, you can also use your other devices (even iPhone) to view your photos, which is very convenient.
Verizon Pushing Out VRBMF1 Update to Samsung Galaxy S3, to addresses connectivity ussues. The update seems to fix the connectivity issues, judging from comments left by Verizon Galaxy S3 users on the same site.
Users are reporting faster speeds and say that things seem to have returned to normal. The update seems to be just a small bug fix, without any other enhancements, but, if you've been facing the issues, it most certainly makes a huge difference.
We have yet to find change log documents that detail changes, however, the update was small enough that it likely is a bug fixer.
To get the update, just gointo Settings>About phone>Software update.
Thanks to Droid-Life for this.
Great news for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 owners, there's another software coming out just for your.
The update gets the build number XXUBMJ3, which is presently moving over a couple of European nations (Uk, A vacation in a holiday in greece, Romania, etc.) both over-the-air and through Samsung Kies.
You can wait for update's notification to demonstrate in your device, pressure an inspection using the Designs » About phone » Software update menu, or simply go to the firmware section and download the whole firmware for that country and manually update.
Unfortunately, like the first one, the update is pretty minor at around 29MB, and doesn't have much in the way of a changelog, only mentioning "stability improvements" once again.