The T-Mobile team was quite excited a few days ago when it announced the surpassing of 100,000 pre registrations for the Samsung Galaxy S5, just two days after its announcement. And today, the carrier has announced the crossing of over 300,000 pre registrations in about 10 days since the device was officially announced.
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A couple of days ago, Samsung released the Android 4.4 kernel source for the T-Mobile Note 3 which indicated that the update should not be far away. Less than two days later, the ‘uncarrier’ has started rolling out the update for the latest and greatest flagship from Samsung.
After a short recess, T-Mobile is now resuming its OTA KitKat rollout and has started by pushing the beefy Android 4.4.2 update to all its carrier-branded LG G2 smartphones currently located in the United States. This much-anticipated update finally brings the latest version of the open-source operating system together with a multitude of ‘bug fixes, speed optimizations and user experience improvements’.
T-Mobile has today announced that its carrier-branded Xperia Z variant is the latest in a long line of Sony devices now receiving the largely requested Android 4.3 update. This upgrade brings a truckload of bug fixes and stability improvements, as well as an updated version of the Japanese company’s Walkman custom user interface.
Developers love getting their hands on a kernel source code, mainly because it allows them to develop some great new custom ROMs with awesome features that we don’t usually get as standard on our devices. As of today, the official Android 4.4 kernel files for the T-Mobile branded Galaxy Note 3 are available to download directly from Samsung’s Open Source Release Center.
At the beginning of this month, Sprint became the first carrier in the United States to roll out the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for its variant of the HTC One. Joining it today is the T-Mobile’s HTC One, whose Sense 5.5/KitKat update was certified by the carrier just a a few hours ago.
Sprint today rolled out its new Wi-Fi calling feature to subscribers nationwide, allowing them to send texts and make calls over a Wi-Fi network. But before you get too excited, know that it’s initially only available on Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Mega handsets.
Moto X handsets on U.S. Cellular are beginning to receive their Android 4.4.2 KitKat updates today. The update, which comes with build number “KXA20.16-1.27,” adds Google Cloud Print and a number of fixes for email syncing and battery life issues.
Motorola has begun its Android 4.4.2 KitKat soak test for the Sprint Moto X. A number of customers have reportedly received emails from the “Motorola Feedback Network,” which invites them to trial the update ahead of its public release.
Motorola’s Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the Moto X is making its way to device on T-Mobile in the United States. The 147MB release, which comes with build number “161.44.25,” adds Google Cloud Print and delivers a number of important bug fixes.