Verizon Wireless has rolled out the details for its next over-the-air update for the Galaxy S4. These devices aren't getting hit by a new version of Android, but owners will see various connectivity improvements that they may or may not notice. The default messaging app should be more reliable, Bluetooth connections should be stronger, and voicemail should arrive more consistently.

The update slips in the second version of Knox and replaces ISIS Wallet with its new name, Softcard. It also adds "Apply" and "Cancel" buttons to the Home Screen Mode. Taken together, these may be the most visual changes.

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The version number is KOT49H.I545VRUFNG6. Carriers tend not to roll out over-the-air updates all at once, so sit tight if it doesn't arrive right away. Hit the source link below to peruse Verizon's support PDF in the meantime.

Source: Verizon Wireless support PDF