There were also a few reported cases of sluggish performance, poor memory management and other app problems.
If you are using a Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2, it is recommended that you do not update your device to Android 4.3 following reports of major problems in the US, the UK and Singapore.
We scrolled through Samsung Mobile Singapore's Facebook Page and found numerous feedback from users of these two Samsung models on battery drain issues. There were also a few reported cases of sluggish performance, poor memory management and other app problems.
Samsung Mobile UK temporarily suspended the over-the-air (OTA) update for users after investigating the reported issues by Galaxy S3 users. Samsung apparently worked on a newer firmware version and issued to the major telcos in the US However, the new firmware brought more problems.
The International Business Times reported last Friday that AT&T users are complaining about problems installing the OTA update while Verizon users faced Wi-Fi connection and charging issues.
If you have updated your Galaxy S3 or Note 2 to Android 4.3 and encountered these issues, you can try backing up your data first before doing a factory reset. This method worked for a few users.
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