The upcoming Android 4.1, JellyBean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 will still be supported by Flash.
Adobe previously announced that the software would not be supported. However, now it seems that when JellyBean comes to the smartphone, it will still be able to run Flash, according to a recent statement made by a Samsung and Adobe official.
The Android 4.1, JellyBean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone will be released in September, according to a recent report.
YouMobile.org stated that its inside sources revealed this date to it and that the update would bring bug fixes, and changes to TouchWiz and Google Now. It will also give the device a smoother interface.
JellyBean was officially launched on the Google Nexus 7 back in July and will make its way to most of the high-end Android devices by the end of this year.
Samsung also recently released its new TecTile, NFC (near-field communications) tags for the Galaxy S3 smartphone.
These are programmable NFC tags that can elevate the phone's performance by utilizing the NFC function.
The TecTiles can be programmed to set off a predefined function or setting in the Samsung smartphone. This includes adjusting phone settings, joining a Wi-Fi network, making a call, sending a text, opening a web page and updating a social network status.
The tags look like a sticker and in order to be activated, a user must tap them with the NFC-powered device.
The Samsung TecTiles are compatible with all NFC-enabled Android smartphones. They can be purchased through various major U.S. carriers including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, and the going price is $14.99 for a pack of five.