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Verizon Pushing Update to Samsung Galaxy S4

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Oct 17, 2013, 7:42 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Verizon Wireless has begun delivering a system update to the Samsung Galaxy S4 that adds several new features. Chief among the new features is Samsung's Optical Reader application. Optical Reader uses the camera to take pictures of documents, such as business cards, and convert it into text. The app can also translate text into 40 different languages. In addition to Optical Reader, the update improves Wi-Fi performance; fixes bugs in S Memo, voicemail, and the video recorder; moves several controls in the settings menus; and expands roaming capabilities. The system update can be installed over the air or via Samsung's Kies application.

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Oct 24, 2013, 11:20 AM

Um, Okay, No!

😁 Sounded great!!! 13 minutes after starting update and my phone comesback on... 😕 ... then the next morning 🙄 now that I'm sitting here and cant use the camera and new optical feature...(keeps closing), and I cant google search with my voice...(keep closing)... I look to undo whats been done to be here ---> 😎 again, before I find out what else I can't do anymore for the added convenience of something I cant do. 😳 Verizon needs to ix my phone. 😢
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