Verizon confirms a fix in the works for Galaxy S3’s Android 4.1.2 update

Verizon has confirmed in a statement to Android Central that the Android 4.1.2 update for the Galaxy S3 has been halted, and a fix is in the works following a number of complaints over connectivity and battery life. The VRBMD3 update, heralded as a ”major” release that brought a bit of functionality seen in more recent releases — multi-window and multi-screen, to name two — sparked a number of threads in our Galaxy S3 forums of folks experiencing issues, and word of a fix started trickling out last week. Here’s the official word from Samsung: A software update was recently pushed to the Samsung Galaxy S III, and while a majority of customers downloaded and installed the update successfully, a small number were negatively impacted. As a result the software update push has been postponed as a precaution for customers. We will notify them when a new software update is available for download. So, everybody hang tight for an update, which hopefully will come sooner rather than later. ]]> http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/androidcentral/~3/1eBlgCMc35w/story01.htm