How to Solve LockScreen issues after Android 4.3 update in Galaxy S3

Samsung Galaxy S3 gets the latest OS update to Android 4.3 Jellybean. We know that after long time Samsung update the OS of flagship smartphone Galaxy S3 and skipped the Android 4.2.


After the Android 4.3 Update of Samsung galaxy S3, the device has many bugs. One of the main issue is LockScreen reacts very slow. So we have t wait for some time to open the devices after clicking on Power button. In this post we will talk about how to solve LockScreen issue of Samsung Galaxy S3 after Android 4.3 update.

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Here I am share with you two setting options which will enhance the performance of LockScreen response time. So just follow the below step

  • Settings -> My device -> Smart Screen -> Smart Stay = disable
  • Settings -> My device -> Smart Screen -> Intelligent Rotation = disable

After this changes in setting of your Galaxy S3 device, your Lockscreen response time will increase. I am not saying that the problem is complete solve, but it reacts more smoothly and decreases lags.

According to several sources Samsung is currently working on a further update bugfix these issues.

How to Unlock samsung Galaxy S3 with Voodoo?

How to unlock Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300? Are you using carrier locked Samsung Galaxy S3? Want to unlock Samsung Galaxy S3 from O2, T-mobile, TMN, Orange and Three? Are you want to use SIMs of different carrier in your Samsung galaxy S3 GT-i9300? You are at right place. You can unlock Samsung Galaxy S3 for free with Voodoo Galaxy S III SIM Unlock application. It unlocks your Samsung Galaxy S3 baseband so it becomes able to use SIM card from any carrier without restriction. Note – root access is required.

My Samsung Galaxy S3 is factory unlocked. So I can’t test Voodoo Galaxy S III SIM Unlock application is working or not. Let me know the result after you tried it.

Download Voodoo Galaxy S III SIM Unlock at Google Play Store here.

Is this application is working well for your Samsung galaxy S3? Are you facing any problem in Unlocking your Samsung galaxy S3 with voodoo? Let me know via comment.

How to Create Folders on Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S3 phone doesn’t allows you to create the folders directly on to your home screen. On many of the Android powered smart phones by dragging on to other apps it automatically creates folder but the process on Galaxy S III is completely different. Here in this article we will go through the guide on how you can create folders on your Samsung Galaxy S3 and move apps to that folder.

Creating a Folding in Samsung galaxy S3 is too easy. To create folder on your home screen, search for the space on your screen and then tap on Menu button and then tap on Create Folder option. Your folder will be created and you just need to drag and drop apps shortcut on to the folder. To arrange the apps according to your choice you can create multiple folders and give specifications name for the same like Games, Tools and widgets.

Also the naming of the folder is little more complicated. Once the folder is create you need to open it and on the unnamed folder title you need to tap on the text for few seconds, it will ask to enter the predictive text area. Enter the name in that text area, when you are done press on OK.

That is your folder is created with your desire name. Are this guide is easy and useful for you? Tell me tell us via comment, your feedback is needed for growing your lovely Samsung galaxy S III site. And please like our facebook page for more how to guide on your facebook wall.


How to create own custom vibration to galaxy S3

This is a short guide about how to set custom vibration on your Samsung galaxy s3 with video. As you know that galaxy s3 is the leader of Smartphone market and sold 6.5 Million unit only in 33 days. Samsung degine work hard to make the phone user friendly and highly customizable for user.

we were today highlighted a feature not yet mentioned, which even if a movie is made. Namely the so-called Custom Vibration feature. And before you start speculating about its function, we can tell you that this can make your own vibrator.

The feature is easy to find under Settings> Sound> Device vibration.

Here is the video about how to setup Custom Vibration Feature on your Galaxy s3. And before implanting on your Samsung S3 phone must watch this video carefully.

Are this is easy to set up custom vibration on galaxy S3?

Top 5 Features of Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

All for you know that Samsung Galaxy S3 is the biggest Selling Smartphone in the Market . and this smart Phone give a USD 7.3 Billion Operating profit. Samsung’s original Galaxy S III, unveiled in late May, has a 4.8-inch screen. Samsung going to lunch their Samsung Galaxy S3 mini, which is 4.0 inch screen.

In this post you are try to list some of the best features of Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. Read on friends. And let me know that is Samsung galaxy S3 mini is rock the market same as Samsung Galaxy S3?

Top 5 Features of Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

1.      Design

The design echoes its elder brother, the Galaxy S3, with a few changes of its own. Stuffed into a thicker casing, the Galaxy S3 Mini mirrors the Galaxy S3 quite closely.

Its removable battery rear, its plastic casing, the color scheme are all a shade less than the Galaxy S3. The dimensions stand at 9.9mm x 63mm and weighing in at 119 gm.

2.      Operating System(4.1 Jelly Bean)

It all comes down to who is garbed in Android clothing better; in this case, the S3 Mini.

While the Galaxy S3 is still shipped with the earlier version of the Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich, the S3 Mini will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box.

It will grace Samsungs TouchWiz UI while bringing in a more intuitive interface which the Jelly Bean carries.

3.      Display

The younger sibling carries a Super AMOLED 4-inch display with a screen resolution of 800 x 400 pixels, fair bit of compromise when compared to the Galaxy S3.

The resolution on the S3 Mini seems out-of-date when the competition, hauling the same screen size, comes in better HD resolution schemes.

4.      Processor

Samsung Galaxy S3 runs on a quad-core Exynos processor clocked at 1.4GHz. It’s an interesting piece of detail when compared to the new kid on the block. It looks like the Korean giant halved the spec sheet with the Galaxy S3 Mini.

Powered by a 1 GHz dual-core processor, the mini S3 is quite efficient for running applications and looks more than comfortable to run Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean. The chipset is a Mali-400 based GPU, meaning that the benchmarking results will be optimized; not nearly as capable as the Galaxy S3 but enough juice to power major applications and processes.

5.      Connectivity

In the connectivity department, the S3 Mini isn’t behind the Galaxy S3.

Both devices carry NFC wireless comm., both have the industry standard Bluetooth/GPS and Wi-Fi and both have a microUSB.

The thing most about the microUSB is its MHL compliance. You can watch HD videos but with only the correct cable, a cable meant for Samsung’s own connectivity options. A downer, considering the USD 30 the cable costs.

Price in UK:

Following the official announcement, the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini is now available to order on the Clove website.

According to the website the price of the smartphone is £249 (£298.80 inc VAT).

Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.1.2, JellyBean Screenshots Leaked

Samsung Galaxy S3 will get Android 4.1.2 Jellybean update in near future, but the Screenshots of the Android 4.1.2 Jellybean is leak on internet and we will come with Android 4.1.2 Jellybean leaked screenshots for you Samsung Galaxy S3 user .

The software is currently undergoing testing for the Galaxy S3 and is said to be stable and almost ready.

The official roll out of JellyBean to the Galaxy S3 is expected to happen in the next few weeks and it will bring the Multi-view feature that’s currently available on the Galaxy Note 2 to the S3 smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.1.1, JellyBean started rolling out for T-Mobile users last week.

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The upgrade is now available for the SGH-T999 Galaxy S3 model and T-Mobile users can access it through Samsung KIES or OTA over-the-air.

The update brings improvements to the software including Google Now, and Project Butter that improves the frame rate and performance of the handset, making visuals and transitions much smoother.

AT&T and Verizon users are expected to receive the update in the next two weeks and Sprint users were the first to get it on the first of this month.

Samsung also recently began rolling out the Android 4.1.1 firmware update in India. However, users have been reporting that they did not receive the notification to upgrade.

Expected release date Android 4.3 for Samsung Galaxy S3

Samsung started testing the latest Android 4.3 jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note II. The Samsung Galaxy S3 owners waiting for 4.3 Jelly bean update. The big question is when Galaxy S3 will get Android 4.3 update. According to SamMobile, the Samsung will update Galaxy S4 in October. The Galaxy S3 is expected to be released around October end/November.


Don’t hold your breath if you own an S4, S3 or Note 2, however — just because an Android update is made available for a specific phone, it still has to go through the networks. Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is the very latest version of Google’s popular software for smart phones and tablets.

One of the biggest changes in 4.3 is the introduction of multiple user profiles, allowing you to share your Android device with friends, family and other halves without the worry they might accidentally delete your stuff or see things they shouldn’t.

Samsung Galaxy S3 skip the Android 4.2.2, will be update to Android 4.3

Samsung is always updating their devices to latest Android version, but form long time Samsung last flagship Smartphone Galaxy S3 do not get the latest Android version 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. There are rumors on online media about the Samsung galaxy S3 will get latest Android version 4.2.2 jelly Bean very soon. But the last remours saying that Samsung skip the android 4.2.2 update for Samsung galaxy S3 and will get Android 4.3 Jelly bean update.


News come directly from official telekom forum in Germany. The report says that only Samsung galaxy SIII sold by Telekom will get direct Android 4.3 update. But we assume that the Samsung will update the S 3 directly to Android 4.3 in all markets. Both the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II – introduced as flagship devices last year – are currently running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. And it makes perfect sense for Samsung to start preparing Android 4.3 updates – now that this version is out.

There is not word about this update by Samsung itself. Hope for best, Samsung will soon release Android 4.3 Jelly update for Galaxy S3.

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 available only for $19.99

A new deal from Amazon is offering the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 for $19.99, which offers considerable savings over the $99 price AT&T is charging for the smartphone.

Even though the Galaxy S4 is Samsung’s current flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3 still packs strong specs and features that make it a solid choice when looking for a new smartphone. The Galaxy S3 has been a very popular smartphone with consumers, not to mention that it was the handset that gave Apple a run for its money and catapulted Samsung to becoming the world’s top smartphone manufacturer. Samsung still releases regular updates for the S3, so you can feel confident in knowing that your smartphone will continue to be supported through OTA updates.

We just reported that AT&T has released an update for the Galaxy S3 that includes an upgrade to Android 4.1.2 and it also offers something Galaxy S3 users have been waiting for – the Samsung Premium Suite upgrade, which adds some really cool features to the smartphone. Users can look forward to using Multi Window on the S3, which allows you to open two different apps at the same time in two different windows on your smartphone’s screen. Auto Share Shot withNFCallows you to set the camera to “Auto Share Shot” mode, allowing you to quickly share your photos and videos by simply tapping your Galaxy S3 with other NFC and S-Beam-enabled devices. The camera has been updated with new features like Paper artist and best face options. Android 4.1.2 also includes bug fixes, SD card improvements and S-Voice enhancements. Samsung is also rumored to be working on releasing Android 4.3 for the Galaxy S3 in the near future.

The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 features a 4.8-inch, 1280 x 720 resolution Super AMOLED HD display with a pixel density of 306 pixels per inch (ppi). The smartphone ships with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (is upgraded out ot the box to Android 4.1.2 and Samsung Premium Suite upgrade) and is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. The S3 includes 16GB of internal memory and 2GB of RAM. Photo buffs will appreciate the 8-megapixel rear camera with zero shutter lag, LED Flash, and 1080p video capture. The front facing 1.9-megapixel front facing camera can capture 720p HD video capture. As far as wireless connectivity goes, it includes a 4G LTE radio, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC. You’ll be able to increase the internal storage by using the microSD slot, which allows you to insert and use up to 64GB microSD cards. The Galaxy S3 also includes a 2,100 mAh removable battery.

AT&T currently charges $99.99 for the Galaxy S3 online and in retail stores. You can pick up the same smartphone from Amazon for $19.99 when signing a new 2-year contract.

How to Root Galaxy S3 On Android 4.1.2

Samsung has adopted a yearly cycle of releasing new flagships in its Galaxy lineup of Android smartphones, and this year was no exception, brining to Android fans all across the globe the new and fabled Galaxy S4. While the latest king has already taken the throne and caused its predecessor, the Galaxy S III GT-I9300, to step aside in the smartphone arena, there’s no denying the fact that the device still remains a very capable and powerful one, fulfilling the needs of millions of users out there. Another testament to the fact is that Samsung is continuing to bring newer firmware for Galaxy S III International, with the latest one being released just this month, coming with PDA build I9300XXEMC2 and Android version 4.1.2. While the Galaxy S III still has to see an official Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update from Samsung, there are open source, community driven projects available that can let you taste the latest Android on GT-I9300. If you don’t opt that way, you may want to root your device on the latest firmware, for which we offer you this guide.


Before we get to the actual rooting process, allow me to clarify that as of this writing, I9300XXEMC2 is the latest officially available firmware for the international version of Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300, distributed by Samsung through Kies. It comes with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and offers improvements over previous versions like faster app launcher redraws, faster launching of applications, improved performance of the Phone and Contacts apps, better RAM utilization, and other general enhancements. The battery life also seems to have improved, but will vary from one usage scenario to the other.

The root method that we will opt for here will make use of Chainfire’s CF-Root, which is arguably the easiest rooting technique for a huge variety of devices by now. Do understand, however, that while this method is tried and tested, we or the developer cannot take any responsibility for any damage to your device as a result of following these instructions. Proceed at your own risk.



Step 1: Download both Odin3 and CF-Auto Root packages from the link above. Extract the contents of the root package to a location of your choice.

Step 2: Launch Odin3, click the PDA button and select the .tar.md5 file that you extracted from the CF Root package.

Step 3: Make sure that Re-partition is unchecked in Odin3, and that nothing is selected in PIT.

Step 4: Turn off your Galaxy S III and put it in download mode by pressing and holding volume down+power+home at the same time, and then pressing volume up for confirmation.

Step 5: With your device in Download Mode, connect it to the PC using the USB cable. If all went correct, Odin3 will detect the device, indicated by a COM address in the top left corner of Odin3.

Step 6: Double check that the correct PDA file is selected and that re-partition isn’t checked, and hit the Start button to begin flashing the rooted kernel.

Step 7: Once the flash is complete, the phone will reboot and enter recovery mode, automatically initiating the rooting procedure. It will reboot once more.

That’s it – your Galaxy S III GT-I9300 is now rooted on the latest XXEMC2 firmware. Enjoy!