After both AT&T and US Cellular rolled back the Android 4.3 update for Samsung Galaxy S4, the folks at AT&T have reissued the software update, which, according to them, it should hit your devices staring today.
The Android 4.3 I337UCUEMK2 OTA update that is now being pushed to the AT&T Galaxy S4 seems identical to the one that was rolled back a few days ago to allow Samsung ant AT&T “investigate some issues.”
If you didn’t get to update your AT&T Galaxy S4 to Android 4.3 when the update was first released, the new software will weigh 727 MP, so you’ll probably need a stable WiFi connection in order to download it. In case you already installed Android 4.3 on your handset the new update will have a size of only 28 MB. Whether it’s the 727 MB or the 28 MB update your device will be running Android 4.3 I337UCUEMK2 after you install the new software.
You probably know by now that all software updates are being rolled out in phases and that there’s no reason to panic if you didn’t receive the system update notification yet. This only means that will have to wait a few more days. In case you want to check for the update manually, you know the drill: Settings > More > About Phone > Software Update > Check for updates.
Since we are talking about switching from Android 4.2.2 to Android 4.3 you will find that there will be quite a few improvements. Besides Galaxy Gear compatibility, the Android 4.3 I337UCUEMK2 OTA for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 will bring Samsung Knox, TRIM support, revised TouchWiz interface, improved system speed, bug fixes, better battery life, and many other goodies.
Did you grab the 4.3 update on your Galaxy S4? Are there any AT&T Galaxy S4 owners reading this?