Samsung releases fix for Galaxy S III kernel exploit in the UK

04 January, 2013 | Comments (47) | Post your comment

Samsung didnít let the holidays get in the way of patching security holes - it is already rolling out an fix for the kernel vulnerability for Exynos devices, at least for the highly popular Galaxy S III phone.

The updated software is I9300XXELLA and is available only in the UK for now. We suspect the updates for other regions are just around the corner, but Galaxy S III owners in the UK should update as soon as possible - the update is available both as OTA and via Kies.



The update also comes with a new bootloader - the first bootloader update for the Galaxy S III since its launch. SamMobile speculates that this bootloader fixes the sudden death issue, though there's no official confirmation from Samsung about that.

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Samsung releases fix for Galaxy S III kernel exploit in the UK - reader comments

  • husham mhm

i need emmc ic for my galaxy s3 phone pls

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  • 2014-08-19 12:13
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  • David Auster

no xxella is the newest

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  • 2013-01-10 03:31
  • JpgL
  • Anonymous

The one mentioned here is for UK so you may have gotten your region update that is why you have a diff baseband.

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  • 2013-01-09 02:22
  • t7Xi