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[UPDATE] Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for T-Mobile Galaxy S4 out now

We just got word from our readers that they’ve been able to successfully download Android 4.4.2 for T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S4. You might not get an automatic notification of its availability though, as it seems each of our readers has had to check for it manually through the settings menu. Word of warning: Everyone so far has complained that it’s taking ages to download. One reader stated 45 mins, while the screenshot above shows over … [read full article]

Android 4.4.2 for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 now available to download

About five days ago, we received information that Samsung had released the source code for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3′s KitKat update. Normally that means within a day or so the update should be available to the public. After much waiting, and anticipating, the day has arrived. Several readers have contacted us, delighted that the update is finally here. Android 4.4.2 for … [read full article]

Tmo HTC One update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat finally here

Apologies for grabbing this so late, but for those of you who haven’t already downloaded and installed it, 4.4.2 is finally here for the Magenta-flavored HTC One. It landed late last night, very inconveniently while I was in the middle of travelling to Barcelona for this year’s MWC conference. As for the update, it marks the start of HTC’s campaign to ensure that all future devices will support the latest software updates, and will receive them for … [read full article]

Android 4.3 finally arriving for Galaxy Note 2 users

A little later than expected, but I guess late is always better than never. Android 4.3 has finally arrived for the Galaxy Note 2, a week or so later than was planned. A handful of readers have emailed/tweeted us to inform us that new software is available to download now. It should be available as an OTA update, but if it’s not showing up automatically, head on over to the settings menu and … [read full article]

Android 4.3 available for original Tmo Galaxy S3 now

As you may well know, we’ve been trying to pin down a release date for Android 4.3 on the Samsung Galaxy S4 for the past couple of days. After a leak last month suggested it was coming today, people have been waiting with great anticipation. Sadly, it’s still not here. But things are seemingly moving in the right direction. T-Mobile Galaxy S3 models should now be showing that an OTA update … [read full article]

T-Mobile Xperia Z finally gets Android 4.2 update

I know all of you want to hear about the 4.3 to your Galaxy S4, sadly, I don’t have any more news on that yet. However, if you’re still rocking the Sony Xperia Z, you’ll be glad to know there’s now an update waiting for you. You might not be so glad to know it isn’t Android 4.3. But, an update is better than nothing, right? Android 4.2 is now available to download over the air from … [read full article]

(Updated) Windows Phone Amber Update Available For Lumia 810, Lumia 521 As Nexus 4 Security Update Drops

Update: Almost forgot about the little phone that could, the Lumia 521 as it received its own Amber update on August 15th. Windows Phone 8 users should be on the lookout, especially if you call a Lumia 810 your smartphone of choice. The “Amber” update launched a few days ago for Lumia devices world-wide and introduces a number of additional features that are well-worth your time. For 810 owners, … [read full article]

Software Update Rolling Out For Samsung Galaxy Note II, “Improves Security And Includes Smart Switch”

The HTC One isn’t the only T-Mobile device kicking off the week with a software update as the Samsung Galaxy Note II has its own OTA rollout beginning this morning. As is the standard with Samsung the update is available both as a OTA update which starts today and ends June 17th or through a manual download using Samsung’s Kies … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adds HTC One Software Update To Support Documents

While the OTA software update itself started to roll out yesterday morning, T-Mobile just updated their support documents for software version 1.27.531.8. Originally suspected to help with some of the capacitive button issues HTC One owners had, the official document pertains only to “visual voicemail performance.” That’s not to say that other bug fixes didn’t sneak in but according to all things official, only visual voicemail was affected by … [read full article]