Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update for Samsung Galaxy SIII is Now Available at U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless

Today, finally U.S. Cellular and Verizon officially throw new software update for U.S users of the Samsung Galaxy SIII, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Galaxy SIII itself has become the most popular smartphone in 2012 and successfully sold more than 40 million since it was released in May 2012. With captivating specifications, such as in the Verizon version of SGIII that used Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon chipset, dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB/32GB internal storage that can be increased by using a microSD card slot, making the performance of this smartphone is not in doubt. Also with a 4.8-inch screen SuperAMOLED HD panel with 1280x720 resolution, an 8MP rear camera and 1.9 MP front facing camera which in turn make this smartphone worthy for you to purchase to meet your needs for reliable and elegant smartphone.

Back on the latest software update, U.S. Cellular announced this news through their Facebook page regarding the update software with built number updates: JR003L.R530UVXMB1 and updates for the Galaxy Note II with built number update: R950VXAMB1 also update to the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Previously Note II already getting updated in December 2012 with a built number updates: R950VXALL1. Even so to Note II there are no changelog or information about this update so it can not clearly detailed. Even someone was commented on the U.S. Cellular's Facebook page and says that she has received an update to her SGIII. Verizon has also confirmed about this update.

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CHECK and DO Before Update
To ensure the update process is running successfully, there are a few things you should check and do before you perform the software update, as listed bellow:
  1. You must be connected to Wi-Fi to be able to perform this update.
  2. Your smartphone must be at least 50% charged to avoid batteray out during the update process. Or you can also connect your smartphone to a charge wall during the update process.
  3. Do not ever stop during the update process has not been completed.
  4. Backup your data before you do the update.

Well, after that you can update this software in several ways:
  1. Through a pop up for installation
    Pop ups will automatically appear on the smartphone's screen and you have to do is follow the steps there. Pop ups are awarded randomly, so you may have to be patient to get your turn.
  2. Over the Air
    Users can update using this option by going to Menu key -> Settings -> About Device -> software update. Then just follow the on screen prompts, wait until the update is complete. After that the phone will restart to complete the update process.
  3. Using Samsung's Kies Software
    If you want to immediately get updates without having to wait for a pop-up appears on the screen smartphone, you can perform the update by using this option. It is very easy, simply by plug your Galaxy SIII into the computer and run the Samsung's Kies software.

Yeah, Although this update comes with no premium suit, but the user may be happy because it brings fix for media streaming audio problem. According to the, with this update you will be able to enjoy the features available on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, such as:
  • Improved keyboard predictive text
  • Manual refresh button added to the lock screen stock ticker
  • Improved syncing email
  • Improved Bluetooth performance
  • VZ Navigator and Amazon Added to stub applications.

In addition, according to the, this update will allow you to get improved performance and a different experience when you use your Galaxy III, such as:
  • Better keyboard
  • Faster TouchWiz experience
  • Camera filters
  • Low-light photo mode
  • Easy mode
  • Call Blocking
  • SWYPE keyboard
  • Video pause and resume video
  • op up and pop up play sizing resume play.

So, do you have to get an update for your beloved SIII and have felt the difference after it?? Let inside-galaxy know both of your experiences by writing them via comments below :)

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