Back in May Verizon released the VRBMD3 update for Galaxy S3, it brought over features like Multi-Window support and more. The update was soon pulled as many users complained it was disrupting LTE connectivity on their devices. Over the next couple of days Verizon Galaxy S3 will be receiving the VRBMF1 update which brings a few new improvements and presumably doesn’t break LTE, at least we hope so. The support document of this update has already been posted online by the carrier.
The document itself doesn’t mention that LTE issues have been taken care of, but its highly likely that those issues have been addressed. VRBMF1 update brings new Google security patches, Multi-Screen, Multi-Window and S Beam’s ‘Auto Share Shot’ support for syncing two devices and sharing content. The update also brings support for VMware Horizon Mobile Switch app. Basically everything that was announced in the VRBMD3 update, which was pulled, is present. Despite the fact that they’ve updated the support page, it could take a couple of days before this update is rolled out to the Big Red’s Galaxy S3 owners.
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