Verizon has posted the official update documents for a rather pleasing upcoming upgrade for Samsung’s former flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4. The paperwork reveals that the update, build VRUEMK2, is scheduled to bring some bug fixes and stability enhancements, in addition to unlocking the annoying micro USB restriction, which meant that users could only use official Samsung chargers on their handsets. So from now on, all non-Samsung chargers will work correctly with the S4.
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The latest build (KOT49H) of Google’s recently updated operating system, 4.4.2 KitKat, is now officially available to download for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. However, this update doesn’t use Android’s standard over-the-air (OTA) upgrade process. Instead, you will have to download the 4.4.2 factory images and install them on your device via the search engine giants Developer Platform.
Last night, Verizon posted the official update documents for its first major upgrade for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 3, and now, less than 24 hours later, Big Red is in the process of pushing out this much-anticipated stability update (build JSS15J.N900VVRUBMJE) to all handsets located in the United States.
Verizon has posted the official update documents for its first major upgrade for Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 3. The paperwork reveals that update version SM-N900V is scheduled to bring some new applications in addition to a truckload of new features and bug fixes, including a repair for the annoying issue which caused emails to randomly stop syncing.
Verizon is in the process of pushing out a rather hefty, unexpected over-the-air (OTA) update to all HTC Droid DNA handsets located in the United States. This upgrade brings the latest build of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and Sense 5 to the device complete with a multitude of additional bug fixes and speed enhancements.
AT&T’s new Mobile Share Value Plans are now official, and they’re not only going to save you cash on your data, but they’re going to make your monthly rates even cheaper if you already own a cellphone and you’re happy to hold onto it.
The plans are designed to help AT&T be more competitive against new offerings from T-Mobile and Verizon, and they’ll be available starting this Sunday.
Just for today, Verizon is offering the Droid Razr HD completely free of charge on any of its 2-year contracts — that’s an impressive saving of $99.99. This offer is part of Big Red’s Cyber Monday promotions scheme, and for a limited time only it is also be offering any new line activations free of charge. So if that’s not an incentive to purchase a new phone, I don’t know what is.
Amazon is currently offering up some incredible smartphone deals for Cyber Monday, so if you’re looking for a new handset on contract, you don’t want to miss them. A number of high-end devices, including the LG G2 and the HTC One, are just $0.01 upfront for a limited time, while Google’s new Nexus 5 will cost you just $10.
Tomorrow, people in the United States will be able to purchase HTC’s upscaled One variant, the One Max, on any of Verizon’s or Sprint’s 2-year contracts for $149.99 — that’s $100 off the usual price. This promotion is another in a long line of Cyber Monday celebrations and, obviously, is only available online and not in the retailers bricks-and-mortar stores.
Best Buy is now offering Samsung’s former flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, completely free of charge with any 2-year contract with Verizon, AT&T or Sprint, from either the retailers website or one of its many bricks-and-mortar stores.