Android Jelly Bean 4.3 Update For Samsung Galaxy S3: For Users With LTE Mode

The Samsung Galaxy S3 users of LTE international version can at last join the league of proud owners of Android version 4.3 Jelly BeanThe Samsung Galaxy S3 users of LTE international version can at last join the league of proud owners of Android version 4.3 Jelly Bean

The update has been released for the Galaxy S3 LTE version and will at last give the device an Android boom from its previous Android 4.1.2 Operating System. However, it may require some more time for the update to come to the nation, but the interested users can keep an update of the different regions receiving the update at Sam Mobile Live Tracker

The update is a great leap while considering the fact that GS3 hasn’t got any adequate update in its OS after the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, so the users wish to have the gadget charged and Wi-Fi connected prior downloading. The Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 will deck the phone with a number of specs imported from its successor device, the GS4 along with Bluetooth 4.0 LTE assistance, a need for complete connection with Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

Though Samsung hasn’t provided an authorised change log, we are providing you with a list of advancement, that Android 4.3 update will get to your Samsung Galaxy S3, as per Sam Mobile

Galaxy GEAR Assistance

  • Innovative S-Voice (imported from S4)
  • Complete screen Samsung application
  • New Samsung applications for  Music, Gallery, Contact, Clock, Calculator
  • Execution of Voice Control (Control your phone via voice command)
  • Completely modified settings with new User Interface (Tabbed UI – similar to S4)
  • New inclusions in the notification area
  • Innovative camera mode : shot and sound
  • Move to SD card function
  • Active alerts
  • Driving version
  • KNOX available
  • Daydream
  • Innovative Screen Modes (Professional picture and Adapt display) From S4
  • TRIM Assistance (the phone is much faster)
  • Basic User Interface elements updated like that of S4.
  • Innovative Samsung Keyboard
  • New lockscreen available: several widgets, enhanced ripple effect, capability to modify clockwise and setting of personal messages
  • GPU setting has been updated and high GPU standards have been set

These are the few updates and advancements made by the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update.

 

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Android KitKat 4.4 Update: Debug Your Phone With Jelly Bean

292664_213282718788491_1908810689_nWhile the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been in news for reported bugs that are making way with the 4.3 Android Jelly Bean Update, we have news to pacify the worried users. The buzz is that there is no particular custom ROM that permits users to switch to Android 4.4 KitKat. Moreover, yes, this means that Galaxy S3 users can actually bid adieu to bugs and move on to the KitKat 4.4.

Here is an easy guide to update your S3 GT-I9300 with the 4.4 KitKat:

Begin with installing ClockworkMod Touch 6.0.32 post-rooting the device.

Ensure to back up all data, information and settings. This will aid you avoid issues later. We suggest you be patient with a manual back up instead of opting for Kies PC Suite.

We believe that there is no need to remind that during this operation, the device must be on 50 per cent charge atleast. If you did not remember this, make sure you do. The device will need more power during the entire procedure- especially during Flash.

Next comes the debugging stage via USB. Scroll to settings and choose the Application option. Next click Development and then Settings followed by Developer Options and click on USB Debugging.

The USB drivers for Samsung Galaxy S3 must be installed on your PC.

Follow this up with downloading OmniROM 4.4 along with PA Gapps to the PC.

Wrap up with flashing. In case, you need help here, read on:

Connect your S3 via USB to the PC.

Copy the downloaded OmniRom and Gapps on the memory card without extracting any zipped files.

Once done, remove the USB connection and switch the device off.

Reboot your phone to the recovery mode and follow it up with a backup for Android of the current ROM. (It is accessible from Backup and Restore Menu> Backup)

Wind up with installing firmware via ‘install zip to Choose zip followed by look for the OmniROM 4.4. Install the PA Gapps in the same manner. Wrap up by selecting factory reset.

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Samsung Galaxy S3 And S4 Firmware Update Arrives With A Bang: A Defeat For Bugs?

The Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 owners can heave a sigh of relief. Both the smartphones are finally set to get the much-awaited Android 4.3 firmware. Yes, we have waited for some time now for this rollout. This is anticipated as apt for fixing issues that the 4.3 Android update brought in.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 owners can heave a sigh of relief. Both the smartphones are finally set to get the much-awaited Android 4.3 firmware. Yes, we have waited for some time now for this rollout. This is anticipated as apt for fixing issues that the 4.3 Android update brought in.

 Here is a quick take on how you could update the Firmware on to the Galaxy S3 and S4 smartphones. The update spell to cast here is called the Firmware Over the Air.

 

  • Access the settings tab from the Menu key.

 

  • Select the option that reads About Phone. Once here, select software updates and opt to Check for Updates.

 

  • Once you notice the update prompt, ensure that you back up all data and connect the phone to the charging port.  Make sure there is smooth access to the internet.

 

  • The Samsung S4 or S3 must atleast have 50 percent battery level while the update is in progress.
  • While the update bar is alive, make sure that no interruption occurs. This is a safeguard against probable corruption to the Firmware.

 However, while we wrap up, let us remind you that the firmware update is available for Samsung S3 users in Europe. Of course, minus the bugs and the loops the previous update brought in. The Jelly Bean 4.3 update for S3 phones in other parts of the world are expected to flow in soon. The network carriers are likely to know the exacta rollout date.… Read the rest

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