12-20-2012 5:16 AM - edited 12-20-2012 5:23 AM
The update is an extremely minor update and according to AT&T, these are the changes:
Among other things it includes
EDIT: It should be version 4.0.4 assuming you are already on Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3)
12-20-2012 6:29 AM
Thanks for the information. For those who are curious, it's currently downloading 80360KB, so it would seem to be a small update.
12-20-2012 9:28 AM
12-20-2012 5:12 PM
12-22-2012 4:56 AM
I would still like them to fix the notification problem. Some days the phone works perfect, other days it will go silent for a a couple of hours and then start working normal.
12-22-2012 2:17 PM
I called ATT and they confirmed that there was a bug in the software an after telling them enough was enough; I told them that the next step was to go to Verizon. They are now sending out a HTC phone. Funny because they said it would be an older inspire 4g, but the email states that they are shipping a HTC one x. It does not matter to me. Just a phone that does what it is supposed to do.
12-27-2012 6:48 AM
12-27-2012 10:12 AM
i called them too...but they are just not accepting its their fault...asking me to contact samsung...crazy service - i cant believe they are the biggest GSM provider in the country...
i even asked them to provide a penalty free early upgrade (due in 5 months anyway)...but nah, they just love to mint the money w/o paying any attention to customers...very disappointing...
01-05-2013 5:41 PM - last edited on 01-05-2013 7:44 PM by Phil-101
I havent gotten them to accept that the software upgrade is causing any issues either. They are trying to say its my battery. I guess my wifes phone which starting have the exact same problems as mine after the update needs a battery also. What a bunch of ****** at att/samsung
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01-16-2013 1:35 PM
I have had the same random shutdown issue here after the update. I may be okay now but I am still waiting. I only use it for voice calls and some texting, not for games, music, etc. Here's what I did so far:
1. Took it back to AT&T and they did the reset and replaced my info.
2. Did the Uninstall Updates & Disable on all the AT&T applications.
3. I only have one app - used to display battery life.
4. Turned off the percentage info in the top bar.
Phone still shut down twice. Both times it happened after ending a phone call using my earpiece. My bluetooth earpiece is maybe 5 years old. Thinking this might be the issue I turned off the bluetooth feature (already had WI-FI turned off). My phone ran for 4 days and still showed 19% power remaining! I plugged the charger in and let it get back to 100% then unplugged the charger and did a restart. The phone has been fine since then (9 hours) and is showing 94% power remaining.
I plan on letting it be until the battery is low again and then enabling the bluetooth function to see what happens. I am optimistic!
01-17-2013 11:06 AM
01-17-2013 12:50 PM
Spoke too soon. Phone died twice today for no reason. AT&T offered to send a refurbished phone to me with 4.0.3. How does that not say there is a problem?!?
are you in 1 year contract or something or how are they sending you a refurbished device ? What did you do to get the refurbished device, since i have the same issue.
01-17-2013 2:40 PM