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Samsung SPH-L710 Galaxy S III Android 4.1.2 OTA System Update
2013 Mar 6
Samsung Galaxy S III Software Update - Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) - L710WWMB3 Android 4.1.2, Jelly Bean, is the latest version of the popular mobile platform. Simple, beautiful and easy to navigate, the new update features ingenious voice search capabilities and convenient Google enhancements, so finding the right information on the go has never been this easy, or this fast. This update will address the following: - Android 4.1.2 with faster, smoother user interface throughout - Swype keyboard preloaded - Google Now - Expandable notifications and smarter widgets - Enhanced camera features - Blocking mode - Home screen mode (easy and basic modes) - Added Apps: Chrome, Help, Paper Artist, Voice Search - Added Widgets: Bookmarks 3x2, Favorite Apps, Favorite Contacts 4x2, Favorite Contacts 4x4, Favorite Settings 4x4, Messaging, My Call Sound, Play - My Library, Play Recommendation, S Bookmarks 3x2, Simple alarm clock - Streaming 4G (audio and video) messages delay fixed - MMS maximum size now 1MB - Samsung S Voice upgrade - Polaris view app upgrade - MusicHub 3.0 app upgrade How Do I Get This Update? The software update will automatically download to your phone with an option to Install now or Install later. If you choose Install now, your phone will reboot and begin installation; just follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the update. If you choose Install later, you will receive reminders once or twice a day to install the update until it is complete. To manually check for the update, launch the Settings app and go to About device, then System updates. Tap Check now.
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