Samsung has released yet another update for the international version of the Galaxy S III, correcting a mistake the company made earlier this month where it accidentally removed universal local search from the device. The South Korean manufacturer was forced to remove universal search from the Galaxy S III on AT&T and Sprint due to a legal battle with Apple. Unfortunately, the change inadvertently made its way to other versions of the device as well.
The update, which weighs in at 5MB and is available now, brings back universal search, allowing you to use the Google search bar to find content stored locally on your device. It also includes a few stability improvements for the OS, which is running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. While the removal of local search was no doubt annoying, Samsung handled the situation well and managed to release an update relatively quickly.