Sprint Confirms Samsung GS3 Update Disables Search
Sprint today confirmed reports that a minor system update being distributed to the Samsung Galaxy S III device deactivates one of the features. "The new software update does disable the universal search function on Galaxy S III," said a Sprint spokesperson to Phone Scoop via email. The update also included a security patch. The universal search function is one of the features behind the Apple-Samsung lawsuit patents. It allows device owners to search not only the web, but also the device itself for items from a single search bar. Apple holds a patent for this feature. Sprint said Samsung, not Sprint, was responsible for removing universal search from the Galaxy S III.
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Patients were made to protect property and ideas...
If only you could obtain a patient for having devices power on by battery.....
You see where I'm getting at. Where do we draw the line - and why is Apple so malicious?
Not that their computers are even worth half of what they cost, the iPhone is really their only product, and I'm sure they will do whatever they ...