Just one day after Verizon began pushing an update to its Samsung Galaxy S5, AT&T is doing the same for its own GS5. Unfortunately, AT&T’s is just a bit different.
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Good news, AT&T HTC One (M8) owners: You’re getting a software update! However, it’s not the one that most of you are likely hoping for.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 for Sprint has just received the green light to get its Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, but it looks like that’s not the only Samsung-branded smartphone getting new software.
As it turns out, the AT&T-branded Galaxy Note 3 is now also receiving its official update to Android 4.4.4. This means that ... Read More »
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If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S 4 user on AT&T, then you’re in luck. The device is getting a small update from Android 4.4.2 to Android 4.4.4, which is the latest Android version out there aside from the just released Lollipop. With this update come ... Read More »
While manufacturers gear up to update some of their devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop, many are still working on upgrading older handsets to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
In the early part of June, the original Moto G received its official update to Android 4.4.3 that, thanks to Motorola, brought with it plenty of features that were tied to the Android 4.4.4 update plus a little extra from Motorola to add to the mix. Now the Lenovo-owned Motorola has begun sending out an ... Read More »
HTC is on a roll! After releasing the Android 4.4.4 and Eye Experience updates to the T-Mobile and Verizon One (M8) models last week, HTC is kicking off this week with an update for the Sprint One (M8). HTC’s Mo ... Read More »
One week after the Eye Experience update started rolling out to unlocked versions of the HTC One (M8), T-Mobile USA has released the update for its version of HTC flagship Android phone. Packed inside the 255MB update, which is version 3.32.531.2, are a plethora ... Read More »
Google seems to always have some trouble with releasing factory images for devices. Quite a few images have been delayed for weeks or even months, while others get them immediately. Luckily, most people will have no need for them, but those who do were out of luck.
This was the situation with the Read More »
Is there a better way to get over the mid-week hump than with a fresh Android update? I’d say no, and soon I’m sure that T-Mobile Galaxy S 4 owners will agree.