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Lollipop update for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910) now ready

Ah yes. T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners have been waiting for the official Android 5.0 Lollipop update ever since the CM12 version, AT&T's, and Verizon's Galaxy Note 4 have gotten a taste of the sweet Lollipop last month and earlier this April. We were already told T-mobile would be next and it's finally here and it's even better because it's already the Android 5.0.1 (baseband N910TUVU1COD6) version.

Big tech companies provide help to disaster response efforts in Nepal

It was a sad weekend as tragedy struck Nepal. The country was hit by 7.8-magnitude earthquake causing damage all throughout the Kathmandu capital. The tech industry is especially mourning because Google executive Dan Fredinburg died in the Mount Everest avalanche as triggered by the earthquake. Death toll has recently hit 4,000 and number is expected to rise in the next few days as disaster response continues. Because of all these unfortunate events, tech companies have responded on their own by launching special programs and efforts to help the victims of the earthquake. Microsoft, Facebook, Google, and T-Mobile are only some of those we know in the industry that are currently helping in the relief efforts.

T-Mobile relists the Sony Xperia Z3 on website

Earlier this April, T-Mobile discontinued its Sony Xperia Z3 deal because we thought it could be paving the way for the Sony Xperia Z4 which was already unveiled a week ago. The Xperia Z3 isn't exactly a bestseller but we were left wondering why only after six months after its official launch on the network, T-Mobile removed the model from its current lineup. But good news to those who want a Z3, T-Mobile is selling the phone and the black model is listed once again.

Software update for T-Mobile, AT&T HTC One M9 now available

A couple of weeks ago, Taiwanese phone maker HTC has finally responded to the complaints of One M9 owners who were saying that the camera's 20 megapixel sensor couldn't handle low light situations and macroshots. That's a bit frustrating because of our high expectations but at least there's less noise, more vibrant colors, and more details can be captured. Good thing a software update was released and it did improve photo quality and some photos were even showcased for comparison.

T-Mobile suspends ZTE ZMax sales, owners taking off the batt

After less than a year of being carried by T-Mobile, the ZTE Zmax phablet is no more. ZTE didn't pull out of a deal with T-Mobile but it was the mobile carrier who recently suspended its sales. It's not because no one is buying the ZTE phablet but rather people are hacking in to the phone. T-Mobile might have been pissed off at those people trying to fix the phone themselves and looks like they've had it already.

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.

T-Mobile prepping Android 5.0 update for Galaxy Note 4

Owners of Samsung Galaxy S4 Note were teased about the Android 5.0 Lollipop coming to their units before 2014 ended. That was the early build of Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4 where the TouchWiz UI and Material Design blended well in some areas. We even saw a demo video of the mobile OS running on a Note 4 from SamMobile. We were  also told that Samsung would be updating the phone to Android 5.0.1, skipping Android 5.0, but as usual, everything else would depend on the carrier.

T-Mobile discontinues Sony Xperia Z3 deal

The Sony Xperia Z4 has yet to be released and we're guessing mobile carriers are already preparing for its coming. However, there is still the Xperia Z3 to deal with. In January, the smartphone together with the Xperia Z3 Compact, were rooted finally. We learned Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming to the Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z3 a few months after Sony played around with Lollipop AOSP on a Z3. A purple Xperia Z3 Purple Diamond Edition was also revealed after a limited edition series was announced earlier.

T-Mobile shares customer-driven coverage map on website

If you're the kind of person who s always concerned with making sure that you're getting the best out of what you pay for, you're probably curious as to what exact coverage your mobile carrier is actually giving you. While this data may probably be found in their websites, they don't necessarily publicize that it is there, for one reason or another. T-Mobile, which calls itself an un-carrier, is breaking the mold by announcing an "accurate" version of this coverage map.
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