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AT&T, Verizon, update Samsung devices to Android Lollipop

And the Lollipops keep on coming. Two more US carriers announced that they are bringing the latest Android update to several Samsung devices. AT&T said that the Samsung Galaxy S 5 Active and the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will start receiving their updates starting today. Meanwhile, Verizon also announced that they are bringing Android 5.0 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 after rolling it out to other OEM's devices the past few weeks.

LG G2 from T-Mobile, AT&T finally getting Android Lollipop

We almost forgot about the LG G2 since the leather-backed G4's April 28 arrival is being anticipated but the 2013 flagship phone from the South Korean tech giant is ready to received Android Lollipop. When Verizon released the Lollipop software update for the LG G2, we knew both AT&T and T-Mobile will soon follow. It's not really a surprise since we spotted a Lollipop-powered G2 on video back in January and LG confirmed it last year after the new mobile OS from Google was announced.

Mobile carriers deleting some pre-installed apps from Galaxy S6

We have no idea exactly why mobile carriers in the United States are deleting several preloaded apps on the Galaxy S6 even when Samsung proudly announced at launch these mobile apps especially those from Microsoft. Some Galaxy S6 owners have reported that their units don't have some of the apps they were expecting to see. Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are believed to have removed the apps before shipping them to consumers.

Android 5.0 Lollipop for AT&T Galaxy S5 now ready

Just the other day, AT&T released Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Soon after, it's the Galaxy S5's turn to receive the same update. This is specifically for the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900A) which is now available for download via Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) over WiFi. This one is anticipated since other S5's from different carriers in different countries have already experienced the Android Lollipop goodness.

AT&T to carry Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is impending and we're just waiting for the official announcement from the South Korean tech giant. We know Galaxy S6's rugged sibling is for real since it has been tipped and a UA Profile was already spotted last month. AT&T is expected to offer the S6 Active according to that particular document and looks like it's true since an AT&T inventory list was also recently spotted showing the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active name.

AT&T releases Android 5.0 Lollipop for Samsung Galaxy S4

We've been focusing our attention to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge a lot lately because the two are hot subjects of reviews and stress tests but we haven't forgotten about the Samsung Galaxy S4. The 2013 flagship can still get the sweet mobile OS update from AT&T. This was one of those many expected things since the Android Lollipop for the Galaxy S4 LTE-A is ready for download. Even the Russians know their Galaxy S4 is getting a taste of Lollipop. This was after the official-looking Android Lollipop for the Galaxy S4 was leaked.

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE exclusive from AT&T starting April 10

ASUS seems to be very busy launching its latest products in different parts of the world. This April, the ZenFone 2 and the PadFone S Plus will debut in Malaysia. We don't know if and when those Android phones will arrive in the United States but the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE will definitely be available in the country, thanks to AT&T for bringing this exclusive offer. You can avail of this Intel-powered ASUS Android tablet from AT&T through select retailers and www.att.com starting April 10, Friday.

Judge dismisses AT&T claim that FTC can’t sue them for data throttling

October last year, the Federal Trade Commission filed in federal court lawsuit against AT&T for data throttling. According to the FTC, the carrier deceived consumers by offering unlimited data plans and throttling speeds. Allegedly, AT&T was controlling the network speed once the 3GB or 5GB limit was reached. AT&T was then quick to respond by saying FTC can't sue them because they were just a common carrier and there was an exception.
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