The floodgates are finally enormous open for Android Lollipop. Nexus device updates are rolling out, while Motorola and LG have affianced Lollipop updates for some inclination this week.
It’s also a happy Friday for ATT customers, who are saying a garland of updates, yet unfortunately nothing of those move a new Android OS.
Each week we accumulate adult all a vital program updates for a biggest devices; phones and tablets on U.S. carriers (and unbarred phones, of course), wearables, and turn them all adult so we don’t skip a thing.
Making certain your device installs a latest program is a good housekeeping practice, ensuring we have a latest features, tighten confidence holes, and squish those annoying bugs.
Nexus 5, 7, 9, 10: These Google inclination should see a Lollipop refurbish any day now by an over-the-air refurbish (it strike my Nexus 7 on Nov. 13). Keep in mind that for tablets a refurbish will come earlier for a Wi-Fi-only models. If you’re a brave type, or if you’ve secure your device over recognition, grab a bureau images directly from Google. Not certain what to do then? We have a accessible tutorial for installing one of these.
Galaxy S4: It’s not Lollipop, though it puts we one step closer with Android 4.4.4. Update KTU84P.I337UCUFNJ4 also brings a repair to E911, chronicle 2.0 of Samsung’s Knox confidence software, and other bug fixes and confidence updates.
Galaxy Tab S 8.4: This one is a flattering tedious update, with KOT49H.T707AUCU1ANJ5 usually bringing we conduit “billing enhancements,” ATTMail, Keeper, and YPMobile. You’re also stranded during 4.4.2.
Galaxy Note 2: It’s a flattering aged device (we’re now on a Note 4), so it’s good for it to get any kind of update. Though it’s rather a poser what’s indeed included, as ATT usually lists “Android OS enhancements” for a KOT49H.I317UCUCNJ1 update.
Galaxy S3: It’s a same poser refurbish here. KOT49H.I747UCUFNJ1 brings a matching unnamed enhancements.
Galaxy Mega: Another snoozer – KOT49H.I527UCUBNJ1 brings a “Android OS enhancements” also.
LG G3: The D850 update has several enhancements, including a energy glitch fix, confidence patches, an refurbish to Google Mobile Service, Mobile TV 6.0, and a dismissal apparatus for a Skyfire Toolbar. This refurbish will usually strike your device around Wi-Fi.
Nexus 5: Just since we are on Sprint doesn’t meant you’re left out of a Lollipop brigade – update LRX210 brings Android 5.0 to your device. It’s a same chronicle ID as what’s listed on a Nexus bureau images site, so Sprint has finished small to no tinkering.
Xperia Z1S: There are a integrate of neat improvements in this update, including support for in-flight texting and Wi-Fi job enhancements. Grab 14.4.B.0.56 for these add-ons and improvements to camera and Bluetooth performance.