News tagged: 'Galaxy A3 (2017)'
While Galaxy S9 owners are being treated to the Android Pie update, it’s business as usual for other devices in Samsung’s lineup. Samsung has released an update for the Galaxy A3 (2017) and the Galaxy A7 (2017), bringing the December 2018 security patch to both devices. The December patch has already been released for the […]read more »
Samsung’s last compact mid-range Galaxy A smartphone is now getting an update with the latest Android security patch. The Galaxy A3 (2017) is being updated with the October 2018 security patch in Turkey, Morocco, and the UAE. The update comes with build number A320FXXS4CRJ1. Galaxy A3 (2017) October security update released The October 2018 security patch […]read more »
The July 2018 security patch is making its way to two more mid-range Galaxy smartphones. An update is rolling out for the Galaxy A3 (2017) and Galaxy A5 (2017) in a couple of markets including the United Kingdom and India, bringing with it the latest security patch. The Galaxy A7 (2017) had received a similar […]read more »
Samsung detailed the June 2018 security patch yesterday so it can now get down to the business of rolling out the latest security maintenance release to compatible devices. As expected, the rollout begins with the company’s mid-range smartphones. It has started rolling out the June 2018 security patch for the Galaxy A3 (2017) and the […]read more »
It hasn’t been smooth sailing for every Samsung device that has been updated to Android 8.0 Oreo. Random reboots and getting stuck with a phone that doesn’t boot after the update has been installed are the two major issues people have had. For Galaxy A3 (2017) owners, connecting to Wi-Fi provided by services such as […]read more »
Samsung is once again releasing an Android security patch for one of its devices ahead of the patch’s official announcement. This time, it’s the Galaxy A3 (2017) that’s on the receiving end. An update for the device is rolling out in a couple of European markets including Germany, Italy, and Nordic countries with the June […]read more »
For all the time Samsung has taken to get the Android 8.0 Oreo update for its devices out the door, it’s rather unfortunate that it hasn’t been an entirely smooth ride. The Galaxy S8’s Oreo update was halted because of a random reboot issue encountered by some users, and the same problem was later discovered […]read more »