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T-Mobile Strips Universal Search from Samsung GS3

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Search removal not described on the T-Mobile website

Globhead

Aug 20, 2012, 3:38 AM
But at least they don't list it as required, as they did with the Exhibit.

It's bad enough that T-Mobile phones are infected with T-Mobile spamware, but now they are remotely vandalizing our phones.

Clearly they want to impress Apple, which loves that sort of thing.
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srich27

Aug 20, 2012, 7:28 AM
Not sure about 'impressing' Apple, but they sure as heck don't want to get sued. Not sure if T-Mobile or Samsung would be held responsible for their particular variation of the device. Not that Apple would sue T-Mobile while its neck-deep its Samsung case. Its a little disappointing, but with any luck the rumors are true, and there is a Universal Search workaround included in the upcoming Jellybean update.

Fortunately for me I don't really use the search bar for anything other than web searches anyway.
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