It was not too long ago when Samsung introduced a fix that helped solve the niggling Exynos issue for affected Samsung Galaxy S3 owners living across the pond – in the UK, to be exact. Well, it is nice to know that Samsung is dead serious in stamping out this particular bug, as the South Korean conglomerate has recently introduced an over-the-air update to T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 2 that is touted to “improve security and provides bug fixes”, with Sprint in tow as well, having pushed out a somewhat similar software update that will target just one specific device from them – the Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic Touch 4G, where it will deliver security updates which ought to handle just about any current Exynos vulnerabilities. Apart from that, there is also the inclusion of “Sprint Connections Optimizer.” We look forward to any additional patches of the same kind in the days ahead which will cater to other affected Samsung devices. Are you curious to know when your device will receive this fix?

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