Samsung Says Galaxy S3 Android OS Weeknesses Already Repaired But Questions Remain

Summary: Samsung said the vulnerability in the Galaxy S3 that allowed remote wiping of a device is now fixed - but where does that leave other Samsung handsets?

Following the past's hoo-hah about the weeknesses in the Galaxy SII and Galaxy SIII devices that could possibly allow a device to be slightly cleaned without the master's feedback, New samsung has been in contact to say that the issue is set.

A speaker for the Southern Japanese device manufacturer informed me on Wed that the issue is now a non-issue as it has already been repaired, but did not say when it was set, or which application edition is the protected one.

"We would like to guarantee our clients that the latest protection issue concerning the Galaxy SIII

has already been settled through a application upgrade," the speaker informed ZDNet. "We recommend all Galaxy SIII clients to obtain the newest application upgrade, which can be done quickly via the over-the-air (OTA) assistance."

While that is likely a support to Galaxy SIII entrepreneurs, it's likely less comforting for SII or other New samsung device entrepreneurs that don't know whether or not they are at danger. Many reviews on the internet recommend the issue is relevant to the TouchWiz UI rather than just the Galaxy SIII.

I requested New samsung when it first became conscious of the issue and when it combined out the fix in reaction. I also requested which variations of the Android operating system application were impacted, but so far New samsung is maintaining mum.
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