Last Updated: Nov 13,2012
when we are going to receive first update fix from samsung ???
You're asking a question nobody has an answer to. Thought I'd take a stab in the dark. :smokingsomb:
I don't know the answer, simply because I don't understand the question. Whats a "first update fix"?
a service pack for android 4.1.1
To fix what?
As I understand it, the next update should be 4.1.2 which, according to a 5 second internet search, contains bug fixes as well as improvements to performance and stability. But I don't think anyone has a clue yet as to when this will be released by Samsung. My money is on them jumping straight to 4.2 instead. The only bug I've found with 4.1.1 so far - and it's a trivial one - is that the default keyboard reverts to being the stock one every time the phone is restarted.
Yes and No
4.1.2 is the next Android version. There have been about 19 Samsung builds based on 4.1.1
This is why it depends what fix it is the OP is looking for.
If the bug is Google related, yes it may be fixed in 4.1.2
If the bug is Samsung related, it may be fixed in XXDLJ6. It may already have been fixed in XXDLJ5 or an older release (We don't even know which release the OP is on).
OK so there is one version newer than that. Here is the list I have found so far, starting with the latest:
So what fix are you after?
My keyboard doesn't revert back to stock after reboot, and it's actually the first time I hear someone has this problem.
how i will be able to instal the last one
Here's a bit more on 4.1.2 although, as SUroot has pointed out, what will happen for each S3 variant, let alone each different carrier in each different market, is a big unknown. I was delighted with my ICS S3, then was pleased to get Jelly Bean, and now struggle to find any significant issues with it so, from now on, it's just Icing On The Cake ™. (Watch it Google, that name is now mine!!!)
Multi-window mode for the Galaxy S III on its way with the Android 4.1.2 update (screenshots)
Great if it's not happening to you!
Here's a link to more info:
I've heard of the issue too, but its never happened to me either.
It might not be helpful. Why are you not answering my question?
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