The BBC has just reported that UK Galaxy S III owners who lost universal search after an update earlier this week will be getting the service back in the “next few days,” which they cited from a statement from Samsung themselves.

If you don’t know yet, universal search is a function which allows users to search both the web and local files at the same time, which was recently removed in the US due to Apple’s infringement claim, but I don’t understand why this also effected Europe as the company are yet to lose here.

Via [BBC]

[Update] Samsung has issued an OTA update, restoring Universal Search, users can now use the service as they previously did.

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