There is a bit of good news for AT&T users carrying a Galaxy S4 Active -- an update is on the way and it is bringing Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. The update is already in the process of rolling out, and according to details coming from AT&T, it will measure in at anywhere from 447MB to 877MB.
The demand for spectrum from mobile service providers is at an all-time high, and only promises to increase. To satisfy the wants of consumers and carriers alike, the FCC has decided to take some spectrum earmarked for TV and auction it to carriers. In addition to the added spectrum, the FCC may implement a few rules about purchases for the upcoming auction that could signal their intent to thwart a Sprint/T-Mobile merger.
We've seen devices that have different feature sets depending on the carrier, but when does such variation just become too much? Some understandably upset early adopters of the Samsung Galaxy S5 from AT&T are reporting that their devices seem to be missing the much advertised Download Booster feature.
AT&T users with an LG G2 may want to be on the lookout for an update notification. The update is on the smaller side, but it still does manage to address two key items. The two items mentioned on the changelog include Google Wallet and Google+.
Paving the way for an impending launch, AT&T has released the hardware information for the ASUS PadFone X to whet users' appetites. Since the rather impressive specs match everything we already know about the device, all we really need now is the actual availability date and price.
AT&T has announced the latest Kit Kat update. This time around Galaxy Note 3 users will be getting Android 4.4 and in a bit of good news -- the update is set to begin today, March 27th. These updates tend to rollout in stages, which means you may, or may not be seeing a notification just yet.
Some carriers just don’t have great coverage. A group of carriers that aren’t Verizon or AT&T have teamed up to form the Competitive Carrier Association, which is aimed at providing service to one another in an attempt to give customers a reason to use their services. The new Data Access Hub is one such endeavor, providing free data and voice roaming on networks outside a users’ home base.
Kit Kat is coming for the AT&T branded HTC One Mini. The update, which begins as of today, is arriving as a 658MB file that can be downloaded only using a WiFi connection. Perhaps more important though, AT&T One Mini users will be getting Android 4.4.2 along with Sense 5.5.
While most of the mobile world's eyes have been focused on HTC's shiniest One, or averted by Facebook's news, those rooting for the HTC One mini need not feel unloved. By the end of this week, owners of HTC's miniature flagship will be enjoying all the perks of the latest Android 4.4.2, as well as the not-so latest Sense 5.5 UI, at least if they're under AT&T's network.