Samsung has fix for Galaxy S III reset vulnerability, asks users to update software

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Yesterday’s big bad news for Samsung — that a number of Galaxy Android devices were exposed to being hard-reset when their user clicked a link in the browser — is being quickly rectified by the Korean company, which has just issued a statement saying a fix is “already” in place. While Samsung hasn’t specified the particular software version (or given any assurances for devices other than its flagship Galaxy S III), it encourages all affected users to update their phones to the latest software available over-the-air. That should keep you safe from the dangers of inadvertently wiping your GS III, though the fate of the other TouchWiz devices in Samsung’s portfolio remains unclear.

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