The Samsung Galaxy S3 is still awaiting Jelly Bean on many carriers, but that doesn’t mean a maintenance upgrade should be anything to sneeze at. US Cellular’s version has been upgraded to build R530UVXLI4, and while the company hasn’t provided much information on what’s changed Android Police has evidence suggesting Google Wallet is now fully supported.
To date, Sprint has been one of the only carriers to officially support Google Wallet. The other big 3 — Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile — are in bed with ISIS so there’s no use in holding your breath for those guys to get it (though community efforts in the past have shown that workarounds are possible).
Other changes include a fix for Microsoft Email 365, an update to Polaris, and more. You can grab this one over the air, or download the whopping 756MB EXE file from US Cellular to get started.
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