News by Luke Jones on Thursday September 11, 2014.
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T-Mobile has gone update crazy as the Uncarrier company has lavished a slew of its flagship handsets with a new patch. The fourth largest carrier in the US has sent out an update for a number of its partner flagship devices from 2013 and 2014, including the HTC One M7 and M8, the Samsung Galaxy S4, and the LG G3.All of the updates have landed OTA (over the air) and none of them are weighty in size, while there does not seem to be any new software or features in attendance either. On the whole the update is pointed at making security adjustments, tweaking performance, and ironing out little bugs, a nice bit of spring cleaning it seems. Those little tweaks have been updated via the respective support pages for the HTC's and the Samsung, while the LG G3 is thought to be getting improvements to if Wi-Fi calling. T-Mobile has been busy of late, rolling out an update for the HTC One M7, bringing the handset up to Android 4.4.3 like the newer M8, while the Galaxy S4 is receiving Android 4.4.4, a bump from the 4.4.2 build it currently runs. We reached out to T-Mobile for further details on the update, but in the meantime have you received any of the patches and how are there any noticeable changes for you? source: Android Beat
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