Posted by Abhijeet M. 3 months ago

Sprint testing Android 4.4.4 for Galaxy S5, update should arrive soon


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We’ve all been awaiting the Android 4.4.4 update for Samsung devices, and it looks like the Galaxy S5 could soon land the update, at least in the US. Sprint’s variant of the Galaxy S5 has been spotted on the carrier’s website sporting the latest version of KitKat, which means the update is under testing, and considering carriers usually release updates after the international version, it shouldn’t be long before an OTA update starts rolling out to Samsung’s 2014 flagship.

As usual, there’s no telling when the rollout will actually start, but it does seem Galaxy S5 owners won’t have to wait long before they can start using Android 4.4.4. It’s too bad the update is coming so late, with Android L already on the horizon, though it shouldn’t be disappointing too many users given Android 4.4.4 is such a minor update.

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6 comments on “Sprint testing Android 4.4.4 for Galaxy S5, update should arrive soon

  1. zroxdorell 3 months ago said:

    i dont have to wait for that, im already on 4.4.4 CM pacrom and its just using 350+mb ram :D

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  2. marafona1986 3 months ago said:

    e muita pena que a samsung esta a falhar muito agora, demora muito com a auctuliasação

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  3. gtone339 3 months ago said:

    Other than a minor update, will it bring some new additional features from the Note 4?

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  4. gtone339 3 months ago said:

    Other than a minor update, will it bring some new additional features from the Note 4?

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  5. anh3 3 months ago said:

    chờ đợi mong đến ngày cập nhật , xem nó được thay đổi gì ?

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  6. chkerker 3 months ago said:

    Hi!
    Minors updates? I do not see the need for a single user.
    Or between the two versions is see a radical change, otherwise do not bother too much importance in your articles: a simple notification at the top right of your page and that’s enough.
    sincerely

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