Samsung Updating GS3 as 'Precautionary Measure'
Samsung today provided an explanation of sorts for recent system updates sent to U.S. versions of the Galaxy S III. Both the Sprint and AT&T variants of the GS3 have been updated in recent days with a patch that removes the Universal Search function — a feature for which Apple has an existing patent. "Samsung has updated the software for the Galaxy S III as a precautionary measure to ensure that U.S. consumers may enjoy using our innovative products without interruption," said Samsung in a statement provided to Phone Scoop. Further, Samsung said that this statement does not yet apply to the T-Mobile or Verizon Wireless versions of the GS3. Those two variants have not received updates removing the Universal Search function, and it's not clear if or when they will.
Install "Aurora" to restore phone search functions
The only drawback is you have to use the widget or shortcut on the desktop (the dedicated search key still goes to simple google search).
Now I just need to get the wallpaper to scroll again.
the corporate statements always give me a chuckle.
which really means.....
Sounds like Samsung is playing favourites with at&t and Sprint. Sounds like they don't care what happens to Magenta or Big Red.
which really means......
I Really Hope
There was this Senator from Alaska, I think his name was Ted, I don't remember his last name, but he was old.
I remember ...