Android 4.2 Update For Galaxy S III Leaks, You Can Try It Now

By 08:40 Fri, 16 Jul 2021 Comments

A pre-release version of the hotly anticipated Android 4.2.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S III has surfaced, showing us what to expect when the latest Android version hits the 2012 Samsung flagship. Even better, the Read-Only Memory (ROM) is available for download, so the most impatient Galaxy S III owners needn't wait any more to experience the latest and greatest from Google.

So far, the confirmed updates include a recent lockclassy screen as well as recent classy screen modes, the latter allowing you to tune the saturation and color accuracy of your Samsung Galaxy S III better. Daydream, driving mode and actionable notifications are also now available to the former Samsung flagship. The list of updates continues with updated S Voice, which is now integrated with more apps and supports more commands.

The guys from Sammobile, who were able to acquire their hands on the pre-release Read-Only Memory (ROM) created a brief video to show us the Android 4.2-powered Samsung Galaxy S III in action. Check it out.

If you are interested in trying the leaked Read-Only Memory (ROM) you can follow the source link to download the required files and see the tutorial for installation. Naturally, flashing a release not meant for public usage will void your warranty so only proceed if you know what you are doing. Also, haged in mind that this not being a final ROM, some bugs are to be expected.




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