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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) USB Drivers For Windows

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Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) USB Drivers For Windows

On this page you can also download software / firmware / Rom for the device you are using, making it easier for you to connect to a PC / Laptop to Flash and also move data.

The following steps are to install the software / USB Drivers:
  • Download on the link provided.
  • Customize the software with the device you are using.
  • Open the download folder and install by clicking on the file
  • if the zip file extracts it first.
  • and then follow it to the end of the install / finish.


File Name
adbdriver.zip
Version
n/a
Stock
Download(s)
Size
8.7 MB
Create Date
January 9, 2019
Last Updated
January 6, 2020

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017)  Review:

 the design is more homogeneous and makes a more balanced impression. Available colors are black, gold, and a bright metallic blue like that of our review sample. All three colors are quite restrained and the Galaxy J3 is thus not really an eye-catcher. Instead, it impresses with an impeccable build and its entirely glass-covered front with elegantly rounded edges toward the rear. The casing is only sensitive when high pressure is applied to the screen. The device cannot be warped in any way.

The battery cannot be replaced, thus the predecessor holds a big advantage over the 2017 model. Instead, the rear is non-removable, and the SIM and micro-SD cards are inserted via tray on the device's sides.

2 GB of working memory and 16 GB of data storage are very common in this price range. 10.3 GB of storage remain for personal use. The system reserves the rest. Buyers who are willing to spend a bit more can sometimes find 32 GB of storage, as in Sony's Xperia XA1, or 3 GB of RAM like in the Moto G5. Our review sample supports two SIM cards simultaneously and still allows inserting a micro-SD card. The micro-SD card cannot be formatted as internal storage, but apps can be moved to the external storage device.

A conventional micro-USB port is situated on the lower edge. The Galaxy J models do not yet have USB Type-C. The smartphone supports USB OTG, NFC, and Bluetooth 4.2. The Galaxy J3 (2017) Duos is shipped with the Android 7.0 operating system. The security patches were dated 1st June 2017, which was already over two months old at test time.

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) Features:


Samsung does not deliver its smartphones with a pure Android. It installs its own user interface called Samsung Experience. Although it is not much different from stock Android, it has some special features. For example, the settings are grouped differently and swiping to the right on the home screen opens an adaptable news overview.

Additional software, such as Microsoft's complete office suite, is preloaded. Samsung avoids having to pay patent fees to the software developers. Samsung does not install many of its own apps on the Galaxy J3 (2017): S Health is a fitness program and Galaxy Apps is an app store that uses data from Google's Play Store.

A smartphone without LTE support is only thinkable in the absolute lowest price sector now. Thus, the Galaxy J3 (2017) Duos also comes with LTE support, but with a maximum download speed of 150 MBit/s. The Xperia XA1 already offers 300 MBit/s, and the Galaxy J5 also supports higher speeds. However, our review sample is on par with its bigger brother with seven supported LTE bands. The Nokia 3 presents its best side with nine LTE bands. The reception in the German D2 network in an urban area was also good indoors: We usually had the full signal in the LTE network.

The Wi-Fi of the Galaxy J3 has been slimmed down a bit: 802.11 b/g/n is the absolute minimum configuration. In contrast to most other devices in the comparison, the device cannot use the less frequented 5 GHz network, and it does not support fast 802.11ac networks. The Galaxy J5 supports both. The review sample's transmission rates are also at the far back in the standardized test routine. We had the full signal near the router and pages opened fairly quickly in practical use. 3/4 of the signal was still received at a distance of ten meters (~33 feet) and through three walls, and pages opened just as fast.

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