Users of the Galaxy S4 perhaps never had it so good. For users of the Samsung flagship device has emerged the beneficiary of a healthy dose of update from two of the biggest network service providers in the US.
The first to start it was Sprint, though it now seems AT&T too is as well following the footsteps of Now Network and has decided to reward the customers by releasing an update which can take care of quite a few bugs. The size of AT&T’s I337UCUAMF3 update for the Galaxy S4 is almost similar to that of Sprint’s, though if that made you to think both might as well bring similar tweaks then you are in for a surprise. While Sprint is focusing on bringing Samsung Knox as well as apps to the SD support, AT&T, on the other hand is keen to tackle a completely different set of bug fixes with its update.
At about 359 MB, the new software update from AT&T and Samsung fixes a number of issues with the device. These include the random reboots the device has been suffering which has been taken care of with the baseband now updated. The same should also be applicable to the email, Wi Fi as well as Drive Mode SMS which were plagued with several issues. The update also allows two more LTE bands besides improving the functionality of NFC.
So that’s quite a few reasons to look forward to the new update that has been released over the air. For those who are yet to receive their official notification can attempt to download the update manually tapping on menu > setting > more > about device > software update > then finally, check update.