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Wed, Nov 14, 2012 5:18 PM
Does anyone know when ours is coming? Sprint got theirs in October, and T-Mobile is pushing out the update today... I don't understand why it's taking AT&T so long
8 years ago
I was wanting to get the S3, but was hoping the Jelly Bean would be ready by now. It should not take this long for a roll out. Android should be pushed out to devices like iOS and everyone gets it at the same time. For now will have to continue to wait....and wait.....and wait...oh my.
I so agree. AT&T needs to update SGH-1747 to Jelly Bean so do it fast. Why wait unitl Jan 2013? Stupid .
@redpoint73 wrote: Besides, I believe the European version of the GS3 has completely different hardware, meaning its not remotely the same firmware.
Besides, I believe the European version of the GS3 has completely different hardware, meaning its not remotely the same firmware.
Correct. The international version of the S3 is equipped with a quad core Exynos processor, while the U.S./Canadian versions are equipped with a dual core Snapdragon Krait processor. The two versions also have different GPUs.
@mendomar012 wrote:And another thing AT&T lte it's completely different than the rest of the world's lte so you can't roam with AT&T lte
That's not entirely accurate. Not only does the overwhelming majority of the world not have LTE at all, but pretty much all carriers who DO have LTE utilize different frequencies. This is not limited to AT&T.
The thoughts of LTE being a battery killer are lingering from devices mostly from 2011, the iPhone 5 being an exception to this. I use a Galaxy Note and a Galaxy S III on AT&T and think that the battery life is fine. I can easily get through a day of normal use on both of those phones. I charge overnight anyway, so getting longer than a day is not something that I routinely try to do.
I have Galaxy Nexus that I kept after switching to the S3, mainly to avoid having to wait several months for OS updates. The phone hasn't seen much use after I got the S3, but I recently brought it along on an overseas vacation. Although the GNex comes with a smaller battery than the S3 (1750 maH vs 2100 maH), it doesn't have LTE capability. The battery would drain after using the phone for a couple of hours, mainly to check e-mail and do Facebook updates. The S3 lasts much longer than the GNex, LTE and all.
u can get flash player to work on jellybean.
just search for flash player jellybean apk.
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im getting pretty jelouse looking at my firends sprint gs3 with jellybean..
im just about ready to just install a rom because its been for ever...
:cathappy: Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 :cathappy:
It was Adobe's decision, as they don't want to be in the mobile OS market anymore. They stopped supporting their Flash Player with the new version of Android.
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