samsung-galaxy-s3-review-411-640x426Good news Samsung Galaxy S3 owners on AT&T, it looks like Android 4.3 Jelly Bean has begun rolling out for your hands (again). The update is a 600MB file and is available OTA, but given that 600MB is rather sizable, you might want to do this over WiFi rather than data as it could eat into your plan. The update comes with the build number I747UCUEMJB and will add support for Samsung’s smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, KNOX security suite, improved performance , new camera modes, widgets, updated Samsung apps, and basically an improved overall experience for the Galaxy S3 which is a little over a year old now.

Prior to today’s update, the update had been temporarily halted after its initial rollout a couple of days ago. No word on why the update was halted, but apparently based on user reports, the update caused phones to lockup, lose WiFi connectivity, and a bunch of other issues that Samsung claimed that they would look into. Either way given that the update is making its way onto handsets once again, we can only assume that whatever issues were plaguing the previous update has since been addressed. If you have received the update, hit us up in the comments below to let us know how it is treating you!

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