Sprint Galaxy S3 gets another security update


Samsung and Sprint have been hard at work making the Samsung Galaxy S3 as secure as possible. They’ve issued another OTA upgrade that mainly focuses on security updates.

Most of these changes are under the hood and users will be none the wiser as to what exactly has changed. Don’t fret, though: we’re sure nothing malicious has been injected into perhaps one of the best smartphones on the market. Head to the source link for the details. [via Sprint]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Dan Hesse is going to need a security update at his house if he doesn’t get moving on the ICS update for Galaxy S2 owners.

  2. Why don’t we get the update they’re getting outside the United states?

  3. How about LTE for LTE phones they are selling…

  4. Anyone know if this will mess with root?

  5. Yea et4G NEEDS ICS more than anything. Actually I hope they could just skip to jelly bean but I doubt that. Sprint is honestly the last to update the gs2 in the worlds

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