Verizon Galaxy S3 owners will definitely want to wait to upgrade their devices to Android 4.1.2. The 4.1.2 update started to push to Samsung Galaxy S3 devices last week. Unfortunately, whatever changes or “enhancements” Verizon adds to their flavor of Jelly Bean, it’s leaving a sour taste in some user’s mouths.
The update seems to break more than it fixes, including bad glitches with 4G LTE.
I suggest until Verizon’s powers that be can fix these issues, you hold off on installing that “hot” new operating system. Or, if you make the upgrade and your system breaks, flood Verizon’s tech support lines with the issue and demand an even hotter Samsung Galaxy S4.
If you’re interested this Verizon community post seems to suggest a possible solution, which apparently stems from a new caller id app or service.
Update 06/20/13: Verizon appears to have fixed this issue with a recent update being pushed to Galaxy S3 users last night and today.