Verizon is sending out an over-the-air software update to Galaxy S5 owners that brings in a number of improvements. Though, before you get too excited, most of these changes skew towards the minor side of things. Verizon's Caller Name ID, Message+, and Cloud apps have all been updated. Likewise, some of Samsung's apps and accessories have seen attention as well. Web Search has been added to S Finder, and Visual Voicemail now works when the S-View flip cover is closed.
The update goes by the name of version G900VVRU1ANE9.
The OTA doesn't bump the device up to another version of Android, leaving it at 4.4.2. But hey, this is Verizon, and any update is better than none at all. Well, unless you've rooted your device. One tipster reported that this update broke root access for him and that Towelroot didn't bring it back. Those of you who this may affect might want to approach with caution.
For the full list of changes, visit Verizon's link below.