The Samsung Galaxy S3 has some flaws with the Verizon 4G LTE network
Samsung lately is giving us much to talk about, not only because it seems to be expanding its Galaxy family compulsively, but because many of their standards are causing problems, especially the idol Samsung Galaxy S3, which has not only been reports of sudden death and spontaneous combustion , but now also appears to be struggling in the Verizon 4G LTE network.
And is that Verizon users who have a brand new S3 and celebrated their 4G LTE upgrade now experiencing failures are commenting using your devices with this network. Recall that the U.S. Verizon Wireless prompted a massive update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Wednesday, May 29, which even came without the firmware to the latest version 4.2.2 Android Jelly Bean, opened the door to a host of improvements and new characteristics.
The update, which appears as VRBMD3, began rolling out on Wednesday night for many users Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.1.2 keeping the Jelly Bean and loosing a lot of complaints about a violent decrease in the data rate and 4G LTE connectivity.
And then there are advantages in this update? Yes, the update brings multi-screen, multi-window, camera features for a better shot, better access points Wi-Fi and many others can be viewed on the Verizon support page (PDF). However, all this will be great if the 4G LTE to work wonders, which is just what is missing. The users at this time have a stable connectivity and some can not directly use the network, so they just stuck on 3G, however much they try on and off or adjust the airplane mode.
Is anyone happy with the upgrade? Yes Just as some complain, many users praise the update and say going great for all the new opportunities to leverage mobile. It will only take a few days to get everything sorted out and now time will tell if it has been something exclusive to Verizon in the U.S. or if the Samsung Galaxy S3 is designed to have fun wrong with this type of updates.
Link: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 Brings 4G LTE update issues for some users. (Mobile & Apps)Tags: 4G LTE, Android, Estados Unidos, Samsung Galaxy S3, U.S., Verizon