If you’re the owner of the original Samsung Galaxy Gear, you probably know that Samsung has released an update to the world that switches the device from Android to Tizen. This switch may or may not be good for folks. For regular people, the switch will be beneficial. But ... Read More »
Samsung is officially taking the Galaxy out of the original Galaxy Gear. Starting today, Galaxy Gear owners can jump onto Samsung’s updating software Kies and ditch Android on their wearable for the noticeably improved Tizen OS.
This shouldn’t come as much of a shock, because we’ve known an update like this was in the works ... Read More »
Beginning today, AT&T will start pushing out the OTA (over the air) Android 4.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung made the Jelly Bean update available back in December but required users to use its Kies computer software to download and install the update. AT&T and Samsung have not disclosed how many ... Read More »
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Samsung will begin pushing out Android 4.1 to the global version of the Galaxy S III this month, but US consumers will have to wait a little longer as our carriers test and approve the update. Today Samsung announced that the US versions of the Galaxy S III will see Jelly Bean “in the coming ... Read More »
Update: A representative of Samsung has informed me that this Facebook page is not an official Samsung account. Any U.S. Galaxy S news will be posted on the official Samsung Facebook page.
Froyo for the Samsung Galaxy S has arrived! Samsung recently sent out a tweet via @samsungukmobile letting their UK customers know that Froyo is already being rolled out to the Galaxy S and should hit every handset in the UK by the end of November. Keep in mind, in order to get the ... Read More »
Last week the Samsung Captivate received its GPS fix and now it appears T-Mobile is close to pushing out their update for the Samsung Vibrant. Earlier today a new software update was posted on Samsung’s support page and several brave souls flashed it on their Vibrant to see what happened.
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