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Rogers and TELUS release Lollipop update for Galaxy Note 3


Last updated: April 2nd, 2015 at 22:15 UTC+02:00

Canada carrier giant Bell released Android 5.0 Lollipop for Galaxy Note 3 customers three days ago for its customers, and two other carrier giants, Rogers and TELUS, are now following suit.

The Lollipop update for Rogers and TELUS Galaxy Note 3 devices brings the build number to LRX21V.N900W8VLU2DOC4 and weighs in at a sizeable 944.30MB – nearly 1GB of storage. You’ll need to have 3GB of memory space available, so be sure to make use of your Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, or OneDrive cloud storage if necessary. “A minimum of 950MB” will be consumed by the update once it’s finished installing. Wi-Fi is best for such a situation, though, if you have 10GB or more of 3G/4G LTE data at your disposal, your monthly data allowance won’t mind the data download.

Congrats Rogers and TELUS Galaxy Note 3 customers: you now have Google’s latest update. AT&T and T-Mobile have pushed out the Note 3 Lollipop update in the US, and Sprint’s moved on the Galaxy S5 Sport (GS5 Active) update today, but Verizon, while having already issued the GS5 Lollipop update, is still silent on when Note 3 users can expect Lollipop. We hope that Rogers’ and Bell’s lower North American “neighbor” (Verizon) will follow suit for Note 3 customers soon.

Rogers and TELUS customers, what’d’ya think? Impressed with the new update or not? Are there any problems you’ve noticed immediately? Feel free to let us know and write back in coming days if you notice some recurring problems.

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