Earlier this month, Samsung began pushing the Android 12 system update to Galaxy S21 owners, with Verizon variants getting in on the action first. Now, it appears that what we assume is a bug fixer update, labeled as System Update 12, is hitting Verizon Galaxy S21 lineup devices. The only thing noted in the changelog
The Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra units in the US received the stable version of One UI 4 last week, even the carrier phones. However, one bug managed to sneak through the beta tests and is currently affecting users.
We've spoken to Samsung about its plans for updating its foldable phones, including the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3.
Just yesterday we let you know that Samsung acknowledged the lag issues plaguing some Galaxy S21 units, especially in the US, after being updated to the stable iteration of One UI 4 based on Android 12, the rollout of which started last week.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 launch may be delayed due to a Covid outbreak, but the Samsung S22 is expected on time.
Samsung posted its best smart wearable quarter ever thanks to its move from Tizen to WearOS. And WearOS enjoyed its best quarter thanks to Samsung.
Microsoft has released an update that fixes a bug with Kapsersky's apps but the cybersecurity firm is recommending users hold off on installing it.
Samsung has been collaborating with fashion brands and music acts to promote its new products. For example, earlier this month it unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip3 and Z Fold3 Wooyoungmi Edition. For those who want a matching smartwatch or earbuds for their outfit, the company just expanded its collection.
Since it launched last month, Battlefield 2042has gained a reputation for being a buggy mess, instead of a return to form for the long-running shooter franchise. So it's not too surprising to see EA rush out with a slew of post-launch fixes — let those problems fester too long, and they risk losing dedicated players to Call of Duty and Halo Infinite. With its third update, which arrives on December 2nd, Battlefield 2042 will get over 150 bug fixes, including some major UI improvements.
South Korean users of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ can now enroll for the One UI 4 beta. The Samsung Members app is the one-stop shop to sign up for early access to the new Android 12-based update. Once enrolled users will be allowed to download the update as from the software update sub-menu in the settings app.
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