An update for T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III is due out and includes several improvements, and possibly a feature being removed that will cause some controversy. Here’s a little of what you can expect from this maintenance update:
- Resolve an error, ‘Enter Mac address’ after entering the correct MAC address in the Mobile Hotspot
- Resolve issue where the contents of the home screen folder would not rearrange alphabetically
- Resolve issue where name does not populate when trying to add a contact with nameID information, must manually add.
You can also expect the addition of a brightness slide bar in the notification shade, a new radio/modem and a new kernel that’s been on the new batches of S III’s that have been recently arriving at T-Mobile. While there’s no full proof verification on this, there is a strong possibility that this update will take away the Universal Search feature out of the S III. If you don’t remember, this is the feature that Apple has been trying to take away from numerous Android devices so it wouldn’t surprise me if Samsung took it out as a precaution.
As we get more details on this impending update, we’ll be sure to let you all know.