Samsung has today resumed its rollout of the Android 4.3 update for the international Galaxy S III (GT-I9300). The rollout was halted last month when users reported numerous issues with their devices after updating, but those should have been resolved in the latest release.
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If you’ve turned to storing your digitals in the cloud, then you may consider picking up your next smartphone from Amazon, which is currently giving customers 50GB of free Cloud Drive storage with selected Android-powered devices.
In an effort to keep up with Google Hangouts on Android, Samsung has baked SMS and MMS integration into the latest version of its ChatON messaging app. The service will now roll your instant messages and traditional text messages into one conversation, so you only need to keep up with one thread.
Samsung Galaxy S4 users may still be enjoying the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update they recently received, but it won’t be too long before they’re enjoying its successor, Android 4.4 KitKat.
The update is expected to arrive on the Galaxy S4, and the Galaxy Note 3, sometime in January — while Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II users can expect to see it by the end of April.
Samsung may have suspended its rollout of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the international Galaxy S III due to a number of frustrating issues, but that hasn’t stopped AT&T from releasing the update to customers in the United States. It’s rolling out now over-the-air, and it brings lots of new features and improvements.
Still waiting for your Galaxy S III to get Android 4.3? Well, unfortunately, you could be waiting a little while longer yet. Samsung has been forced to suspend the update after having received complaints from disgruntled users who are running into all kinds of issues.
International Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) users are finally receiving their much-anticipated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update today, which delivers a whole host of new features as well as support for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
The Samsung Galaxy S III’s Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, which first started reaching international handsets on November 4, is now rolling out in the United Kingdom. It will reach unlocked and unbranded handsets first, and users will be able to download and install it over-the-air or via Samsung’s KIES app for Mac and PC.
Camera Awesome, a hugely popular camera app with over 20 million downloads on iOS, is now available on Android. It’s packed full with a ton of great features that help you get creative and take better pictures and videos with your smartphone or tablet.
Nova Launcher, one of the most popular third-party launchers for Android, has a new beta release out today, which includes a number of new features and tweaks for Android 4.4 KitKat. In addition to transparent status and navigations bars, the update adds KitKat’s new home screen page indicators and app drawer icon, its folders, its font, and lots more.