Small Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.2 OTA Update Rolling Out Today for AT&T Users

Small Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.2 OTA Update Rolling Out Today for AT&T Users

The Samsung Galaxuy S5 on AT&T is now getting a brand new Android 4.4.2 small update that should fix some errors found in the previous firmware. The update was launched last week, but it seems like today the first AT&T Galaxy S5 uses have seen the roll out.

The Android 4.4.2 KitKat G900AUCU2ANG3 OTA Update is being rolled out in phases and you can expect your AT&T Galaxy S5 to get the firmware any time now. There are tons of minor tweaks and improvements in this 142.8 MB firmware installment and you should install it right away as it fixes various security liabilities. More info on what changes are added by this update can be found at the AT&T changelog web page.

Samsung Galaxy S5 AT&T only works with stock devices, so you should know that you won’t get the update in case you’ve edited your device in any way. G900AUCU2ANG3 Android 4.4.2 firmware is arriving via OTA (over-the-air) and with the Samsung KIES app. Some of the changes added by this update are as following: security tweaks and fixes, app installation improvements, fixed the accidental emergency dial that’s fixed for the lock screen, e-mail UX tweaks, S-View cover error has been fixed, Re-Activation lock enhancements.

After the update is installed you should get a better Android 4.4.2 overall performance and a smoother UI. The G900AUCU2ANG3 OTA update notification will appear on your device today or later this week and you simply need to confirm the installation for the phone to complete the process automatically. In case the new firmware notification doesn’t appear, then you can go to Settings> About Device and open Software Update, hit the ‘Check for Updates’ button and confirm the download if there is a new firmware available.

The Android 4.4.2 G900AUCU2ANG3 update measures somewhere around 143MB and it would be best for you to use a Wi-Fi connection in order to download it. Tell us in comments if you find any changes that aren’t listed in this post or AT&T’s support web page.

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