The Samsung Galaxy S3 received a fair number of updates during the past few weeks and although we would very much want for Jelly Bean to finally arrive, even Ice Cream Sandwich updates are welcomed.
T-Mobile’s SGS3 received a new update roughly a month ago and a new but rather small Android 4.0.4 build landed on Verizon’s model a few days ago as well, bringing a few bug fixes and the new Remote Diagnostic application.
Next in line seems to be AT&T, so if you happen to own the 16 GB Galaxy S3 from the carrier in question, check back after the break and find out what you can expect.
Samsung Galaxy S3 at AT&T: New Update
The latest over-the-air build is 82 MB in size and will bring your Galaxy S3 to version UCALH9. It also brings a new radio firmware, version I747UCLH9, a new VPN and a few enterprise security enhancements.
However these small details might not interest you so in case you’re looking for more obvious changes, the latest build introduces a new brightness slider in the notification dropdown and well, not much else other than that.
On short, this isn’t a meaty build and it might not keep you satisfied until the big Jelly Bean update hits the waves, but it’s a welcomed addition nonetheless. That being said, if you happen to own AT&T’s Galaxy S3 make sure you head down to Settings > About Phone > Software updates and check whether or not your device is ready to receive the new files.
Feel free to drop us a line if you’ve received the update or not. We’ll keep an eye on things and keep you up to speed as soon as we get word regarding Android 4.1.
Thanks Android Central for the heads-up regarding the Samsung Galaxy S3 at AT&T.