T-Mobile announced and began rolling out an update for the Galaxy S5 last week. And well, it looks like the update has since been halted. T-Mobile has kept the details to a minimum, however they have said the update "has been paused."
T-Mobile Galaxy S5 users have an update on the way. This is a smaller update, however it does appear to bring one key fix dealing with SMS and MMS messaging. The changelog mentions how this update should fix the intermittent failure of incoming SMS and MMS messages.
Sony will be updating several Xperia smartphones and one Xperia tablet to Android 4.4 Kit Kat over the coming weeks. The smartphones include the Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and the tablet is the Xperia Tablet Z. Sony has yet to release a firm timeline for the rollout, however there was mention of the update beginning today for "selected markets."
The latest update for Google Glass has begun rolling out. This is the latest in a quick series of Glass updates provided by Google, and judging from some of the recent issues -- we suspect some Glass users may be weary to update. Or alternatively, those who were having trouble may be quite anxious.
The WiFi only Galaxy Note 8.0 Kit Kat update has begun. The update is available over-the-air and by way of Kies, however for now it looks like the update is only available for those in the UK. A specific timeline has yet to be revealed by Samsung, however the update should be arriving for device owners in other markets fairly soon.
Just a week after its XE16.2 update, which itself came a week after XE16.1, Google is pushing out XE17 for immediate availability to Google Glass owners. The update currently has one and only one purpose: to fix a critical bug.
It looks like the latest software update has begun rolling out to NVIDIA SHIELD users. This particular update may not be quite as exciting as the previous update, however it does appear to be fixing a few key issues. That said, the update is Software Update 77 and it measures in at a hefty 460.4MB in size.
Google Glass users have another update coming this week, and it seems this is one they will want to grab right away. This time around the update is dealing with images and video as well as answering incoming phone calls. In this case of phone calls -- it seems Glass is about to get a bit smarter.
Verizon has yet to post an official changelog, however we've received several reports of Kit Kat reaching the Galaxy S 4. The update is bringing the handset to Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat with build I545VRUFNC5.
HTC product manager Mo Versi confirmed the DROID DNA Kit Kat update earlier in the week. At the time we were told there was technical approval and that the update was expected to begin on April 24th. Of course, there was also confirmation about the update bringing Android 4.4.2 and Sense 5.5.