Jelly Bean deployment on the Galaxy S III begins in the UK

These are Polish and Korean have benefited from the first update in Jelly Bean destination Galaxy S III (deployment was then interrupted for problems of discharge of the battery). And these are the subjects of his gracious majesty will now be able to feel the Bean on their Galaxy S III (God Save the bean) immediately after the deployment began in Sweden and some other European countries. In France, SFR has also started deploying yesterday.

Indeed, in his account Twitter @ ThreeUKSupport, the UK mobile operator Three has announced the deployment began today. Other operators in the country should follow in the coming days.

The update can be done OTA ( Over the Air ) after receiving a message on the terminal. It is advisable over WiFi rather than cellular network since the update weighs around 300 MB It can also be done via the Samsung Kies software companion by connecting the S III PC.

Finally, the updated Jelly Bean should arrive in other European countries by the end of the month. It is expected particularly in France for S III purchased without a subscription. The worst-off Americans are finally Samsung has since announced that it will be deployed overseas in the "coming months."

The update to Jelly Bean is accompanied by an updated interface Touchwiz. Among the new features, we note that the multi-screens allows you to multi-task with two windows are displayed simultaneously.
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