Last Updated: February 5th, 2013

Looks like it's OTA Monday for T-Mobile! The carrier just updated its support docs for three different handsets – the Galaxy Note, Relay 4G, and Blaze 4G – with details of incoming updates. While the first two devices are just receiving minor security enhancements, the latter is getting a major bump from Gingerbread to ICS. Here's a brief rundown of what to expect from each OTA:

  • Galaxy Note (T879UVMA1) – Security Enhancements
  • Galaxy S Relay 4G (T699UVMA2) – Security Enhancements
  • Galaxy S Blaze 4G (T769UVLF5) – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Mobile Hotspot Icon location fix, Add Email option fix

For all the Blaze owners out there, this may look all too familiar. T-Mobile actually started pushing this OTA back in October, but it seems there must've been a problem and they had to halt the rollout. So, now it's back – hopefully without bugs this go around.

All of the aforementioned updates are scheduled to be available today both over-the-air and through Samsung's Kies software.

[T-Mobile: Galaxy Note, Relay 4G, Blaze 4G]

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  • sean

    I got the update but my phone still reads android 2.3.6 any help

  • Boma

    I hate all of you