The Verizon Galaxy S3 is slated to get s software update that will bring bug fixes along with Verizon "remote diagnostics" application that will let the carrier fix your phone from afar should you break something. (Not that any of our readers would ever do that.) No, it's not Jelly Bean, yet. You'll still have to wait a little while for that one, and, no, we don't know how long. (But being that we're talking about Verizon here ...)
Anyhoo. Here's the full changelog for version IMM76D:
- Improved stability and connectivity with Back Up Assistant.
- Added support for viewing the Guided Tour video’s over the Cellular Network.
- Enhanced Customer Support with Verizon Remote Diagnostics.
- Improved Data Connectivity when using SBeam.
- NFC (TecTile) tagging issue resolved to ensure pre-programmed text messages are accurate
- “No SIM” pop up issue has been resolved.
No word on when it'll start rolling out, but you can assume it will be "imminent," "soon," or any other nondescript term.
Source: Verizon (pdf); thanks to everyone who sent this in