Android 4.3 update for AT&T Galaxy S4 reportedly pulled because of unmentioned issues


Last updated: November 18th, 2013 at 17:05 UTC+02:00

Well, things don’t seem to be going too well for Samsung’s Android 4.3 updates for various devices. After the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S III was put on hold because of major issues, it looks like AT&T might have done the same for the 4.3 update for the Galaxy S4. According to Android Police, the update has been pulled and AT&T is currently investigating some unmentioned issues, and is looking with “potential improvements” with Samsung.

There’s no telling when the update’s rollout resume, and it makes us wonder what could be going on with the update. Has Samsung’s huge amount of add-on features become too much for the company to handle and is causing issues when adapting Android 4.3 to older devices, or did they start pushing out the updates prematurely without testing them properly? Whatever the reasons may be, here’s hoping Samsung gets everything fixed as soon as possible, instead of making users suffer by giving them half-baked updates.

Have any of you using an AT&T Galaxy S4 witnessed any major bugs or issues after the Android 4.3 update?


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