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T-Mobile LG G2 getting software update, includes Knock Code

From today, LG G2 users on T-Mobile should be receiving software updates on their devices. Android KitKat 4.4.2, build D80120e is being made available and features LG’s Knock Code security feature as well as some improvements to Google Wallet, auto brightness, visual voicemail, Wi-Fi calling as well as some security fixes. If you have a G2, and haven’t yet been notified of the software update, head in to your settings menu, go to … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S5 to get T-Mobile VoLTE software update today

Since news went official that T-Mobile was launching its VoLTE service in Seattle a few weeks back, a number of extra cities and markets have been added to the list, but only three handsets have been equipped to make use of it. Until today, only the Galaxy Note 3, LG G Flex and Galaxy Light have received the required carrier update settings via software download. Later today, T-Mo is adding the Galaxy S5 … [read full article]

T-Mo Moto X gets 4.4.3 KitKat update

If you’re one of the few T-Mo users rocking a Moto X, you’ll be glad to know the latest version of Android – version 4.4.3 – has landed. If you haven’t received a notification to download in the past 24 hours, you should check your settings for software updates manually, and it’ll more than likely be there. News of the update comes just one week after Motorola [read full article]

T-Mobile Xperia Z gets firmware update

Any T-Mobile Xperia Z owners will be pleased to know there’s a software update waiting for them. Sadly, not anything major on the Android side. Instead, it’s a minor firmware tweak from Sony. Build 10.4.C.0.808 is now available to download from your Sony Xperia Z, and comes with a few Sony user interface improvements. Music Unlimited has moved to be integrated in to the Walkman app – like it is on the Z2 … [read full article]

iOS 8 to feature Wi-Fi calling [Update - T-Mobile Confirms, it's coming!]

There’s a sentence to make any T-Mobile fan skip a beat: Wi-Fi calling is an upcoming feature within iOS 8. Although it wasn’t among the main, highlighted features at the WWDC 2014 opening keynote, it was shown as a feature in the overview screenshot shown above. Exactly how Wi-Fi calling will be implemented is yet to be seen. It’s very unlikely that T-Mobile phones will come preloaded with an app, or even a downloadable … [read full article]

Where to watch Apple’s WWDC 2014 opening keynote live stream

As you all may well know, Apple’s WWDC conference is set to kick off in little under an hour at its usual location in San Francisco. WWDC 2014 officially starts at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern at the Moscone West center. And – for the second year running – Apple is making its opening keynote available to stream live right from the Apple site. You can view the opening keynote here. As … [read full article]

Android 4.4.3 coming to Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 today?

Android version 4.4.3, looks set to arrive on the Nexus 5 and last year’s version of the Nexus 7 today. At least, it is if T-Mobile software support documents are to be taken notice of. Sadly, there’s nothing more specific than “security enhancements” and “various bug fixes” mentioned in the post when it comes to features. Not exactly exciting, but it would seem to agree with previous leaks which suggest 4.4.3 will be … [read full article]

A peak at Galaxy Note 3 VoLTE update’s new features [gallery]

By now, we should all know that T-Mobile has begun the VoLTE revolution. And although not every handset on T-Mo has been updated to make use of the new service, one device to get updated was the awesome Galaxy Note 3. But, the software update didn’t just include the ability to make VoLTE calls. It featured a whole host of new additions, some of which already exist on the Galaxy S5. Most noticeable were the download booster, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Moto X update soak test invites sent out

If you’re one of the few T-Mobile users who picked up a Moto X from Motorola, you’ll be glad to know some kind of software update is incoming. Droid-Life reveals an email sent out to members of the Motorola Feedback Network, inviting them to take part in a preview of a software release. Known as a “soak test”, these software previews help figure out how the OS adapts to real world use and … [read full article]

Galaxy Note 3, LG G Flex, Galaxy Light VoLTE software updates available

Yesterday, T-Mobile switched its VoLTE service on in Seattle. Alongside the big “switch on”, T-Mo announced that three of its handsets would receive software updates, allowing them to take advantage of VoLTE: Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Light and LG G Flex. Some in the comments were stating that the software update wasn’t showing up immediately after it had been announced by T-Mo. But it did eventually show up yesterday. If you haven’t already done … [read full article]