OK, all you fine folks rocking a T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4. Your Android 4.4.2 KitKat update is now ready. You can snag it over the air (which we recommend) or via the Samsung Kies desktop app (if you’re a glutton for punishment.
You’ll need to be on software version M919UVUEMK2 (Android 4.3) for the update to take, and have at least 50 percent charge on your battery. After that, you’ll get the following:
KitKat (build M919UVUFNB4) Improved [Read More...]
Unlimited texting to any Simple Global country from the U.S. now free, even for prepaid accounts
It’s hard to deny that T-Mobile is enjoying the positive effects of introducing and iterating on its Simple Choice no-contract plans. This is going to be another interesting month for the carrier, as on March 23rd T-Mobile is increasing data allowances for all of its customers automatically without increasing prices on any but the highest tier plan.
T-Mobile’s basic Simple [Read More...]
Between JUMP! upgrades and device trade-ins, quite a few people may actually be buying this time around
When the Galaxy S5 was announced, T-Mobile pulled the usual carrier move and set up a “pre-registration” page where you could sign up to be notified when the phone would be available on the network. Today, T-Mobile is flaunting the fact that over 300,000 people have signed up for information on the Galaxy S5, [Read More...]
Back in January, Samsung released Android 4.4.2 for the international version of the Galaxy Note 3. And today, T-Mobile decided to release the update for their variant of the Galaxy Note 3. If you are using a Note 3, then you will receive the notification soon. Or else you can also check your settings and update your phone manually.
Although, you might not notice anything new in the interface, but the [Read More...]
495MB over-the-air update brings T-Mo’s Note 3 up to latest Android version
It looks like the Galaxy S4 isn’t the only Samsung phone seeing a KitKat OTA today — T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 3 is also arriving at Android 4.4.2 this morning, by way of a 495MB over-the-air update. As we’ve seen from previous Note 3 KitKat updates, the new firmware shouldn’t do much to change the look and feel of [Read More...]
A few days ago we told you that in March, LG will start rolling Android 4.4.2 update for LG G2 owners in UK, but it seems they are not the only one who will be getting blessings by LG. T-Mobile has announced that beginning March 3, they will start rolling out the update for LG G2 users all over the USA.
The OTA update will start between the dates of March 6th to [Read More...]
Update now avalable over the air for those who didn’t mess with the PC utility
T-Mobile’s LG G2 already had a taste of KitKat a few days ago when the update came available through LG’s PC utility, and now it’s heading out over the air to everyone. Support pages from T-Mobile indicate that today is the day the official Android 4.4.2 update is rolling out to devices, bringing all of the latest [Read More...]
KitKat source indicates that KitKat itself could be ready for T-Mobile’s Note 3
Samsung has posted the open-source components of Android 4.4.2 for the T-Mobile branded Galaxy Note 3 today. This is not news in and of itself, as manufacturers are supposed to post the open-source code they have used. But when we see code for software we don’t yet have, that’s another story.
Posting the code means that Samsung [Read More...]
Though KitKat has been out for quite a while, not many devices have received it. Outside of the Nexus devices and the Moto X, the latest version of Android has only begun to roll out to major flagships. Samsung has come far in its rollout, with most models already getting the update around the world. But the US is another story.
Currently, Sprint is ahead of everyone with these updates, and AT&T is right behind. However, it looks like T-Mobile [Read More...]
Freely roaming across the US is great, especially when data roaming is part of the deal. Until now, customers have been able to use data while roaming for free, but it’s not free for T-Mobile. They have to pay fees in order to keep you connected. According to the latest rumors this is all about to change, and T-Mobile will start putting a cap on data roaming usage.
This is an attempt [Read More...]