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Android 4.4.4 makes bow on T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4

News by Luke Jones on Wednesday September 10, 2014.

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Galaxy S4
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Android 4.4.4 continues to do the rounds this week and has now been announced for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4. The S4 is of course Samsung's 2013 flagship, so it is nice to see that the Korean company is continuing it near the end of Android KitKat's reign, while the device is also in line to land Android L when that is released.

T-Mobile is issuing the update today, allowing users of its S4 variant to land the bump over the air. You know the deal by now, Android 4.4.4 is merely a bug fixing patch to deal with some minor security issues found on the 4.4.3 build, so if you already have that version you should go ahead and get this latest update.

The update will be available OTA, via manual pull down, or via Samsung's Kies software. Samsung has kept its own enhancements to a minimum, although alongside the Android 4.4.4 update there is also an improvement to Wi-Fi calling. The file is 401MB and as always T-Mobile advises you to have a solid data connection and over 50% juice left in your battery.

If you have already received the Android 4.4.4 update for the Galaxy S4, let us know it is performing for you in the comments below.

source: T-Mobile

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