South Korean tech company, Samsung has been known for making almost perfect smartphones, well, except for the worldwide failure, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which was recalled due to its flaming problem.
However, the tech company is also known for fixing its various problems and as such has rolled out a latest update to tackle the widely reported battery bug problem with the Galaxy A3 smartphone.
Samsung rolled out the latest software update which comes with small fixes including that which fixes the “IMS Service Stopped” bug which has been a constant and nagging problem with users of the Galaxy A5 (2016) and A3 (2016).
The A3 (2016) also gets an update bonus which fixes battery issue with the device as several users had complained that a bug on the device has prevented it from charging beyond 85 percent.
The annoying nature of the battery charging isse was reported to have been served to teh Galaxy A3 (2016) through the Nougat update which was pushed out to the device months ago.
Galaxy A3 users can now enjoy the extra 15 percent of charge using the latest OS update which has been pushed to their respective units.
For confirmation, the latest update comes with a build number A310FXXU3CQI8.