T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S3 is receiving a small update today to address a few bugs in the original software, but it’s what isn’t mentioned in the changelog that could be the most noteworthy inclusions in the update. While it hasn’t been confirmed, it is believed that the update will strip the TMo GS3 of universal search functionality, an element that recently disappeared from new devices being sold by T-Mobile. It is likely that this latest software update will bring Galaxy S3 handsets in the wild in line with new units stocking T-Mobile’s shelves, including the addition of a brightness slider and new radio and kernel versions.
If the update doesn’t contain such changes, users should consider themselves lucky. We’re still looking to confirm that matter either way. For the full rundown of what else has changed, head over to TMo’s site now.
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