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Sprint's Version Of The Samsung Galaxy S III Gets Its KitKat 4.4 Update

The Galaxy S5 runs Android 4.4 out of the box, and most of the US and international versions of the Galaxy S4 have been given the KitKat update as well, but millions of owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III from 2012 are still sitting on an outdated version of Android. Sprint seems to be the first US carrier to alleviate that: this support page says the update for the S III is going out starting today.

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Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S4 And HTC One (M7) Can Now Be Brought To Ting

Things are strange when you're dealing with CDMA carriers, and doubly so when it's an MVNO. You've been able to buy the Galaxy S4 and HTC One (M7) since they came out last year on Ting, but now inactive Sprint devices can be ported to Ting.

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Samsung Announces New "Level" Premium Audio Accessories

The tinny speakers on your smartphone are no good for listening to music (HTC One owners, please ignore), so Samsung has decided to offer you a new audio option. The Samsung Level series consists of four mobile audio products – Level Over, Level On, Level In, and Level Box. So what the heck are they? Here's a hint: the names describe their relationship to your ears.

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[New App] Samsung Home Monitor Turns A Samsung Smart Camera Into A Security Cam Or Baby Monitor

If you've got a late-model Samsung "smart" camera, you should check out this nifty function. Samsung Home Monitor lets owners of the upcoming NX3000 camera (and presumably other models in the NX line) view video from the camera's lens remotely on their phones. It's a neat application of the hardware available.

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Using the simple app, you can treat your camera like a security camera or baby/pet monitor. Users can stream live video from the camera at any time, as long as there's Wi-Fi in the house and your smartphone has a data connect (Wi-Fi or mobile).

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Verizon Finally Pushes Android 4.4.2 Update To Samsung Galaxy S4

Verizon is not known for being liberal with the OTAs, but Galaxy S4 owners have been on the verge of revolt waiting on this one. Now, the KitKat update is finally heading out to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Users all over the country are reporting it is available for download, so begin mashing the update button.

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International Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) Finally Starts Receiving Update To Android 4.4

KitKat has started to come to the international variant of the Galaxy Note II. As SamMobile has reported, the update is currently available to users in France. It's an official build available through Kies, with no word yet on when an OTA is scheduled to go out. When it does, it should hit other regions as well. The update bumps the software version up to N7100XXUFND3.

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This update includes the goodies that come with Android 4.4, such as white status bar icons, a camera icon on the lock screen, and wireless printing.

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Samsung Will Run Gear 2 App Challenge Starting May 8th With $1.25 Million In Total Prizes

As Samsung continues to forge ahead with its own wearable plans, the Korean OEM is faced with a problem – apps. To encourage developers to start using its Gear 2 Tizen SDK, Samsung will be running an App Challenge starting May 8th. Cash prizes will total $1.25 million, and the first place winner will get $100,000.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, 8.0, And 10.1 Go On Sale May 1st, LTE Versions Coming This Summer

Samsung's newest budget line of tablets will be on sale in just over a week on May 1st. WiFi-only versions of the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, 8.0, and 10.1 will be available from retailers like Amazon, OfficeMax, and Best Buy, but you don't have to wait a whole week to make your interest known – preorders start tomorrow.

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Sprint Releases The G900PVPU1AND2 Launch Day Update For The Galaxy S5 A Little Late

Better late than never, right? Though the first update for Sprint's variant of the Samsung Galaxy S5 isn't a hugely important one, at least according to its own changelog, some users over at XDA were eagerly awaiting it. It appears that at least some users are now getting the update. In the nature of these things, it may take a bit of time to get around to all the S5 owners on Sprint.

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Samsung's SideSync Desktop Program Works With All Computers (Not Just Samsung Models) After 3.0 Update

For better or worse, manufacturer apps tend to be exclusive to their own phones or tablets in the Android world. Not so with Windows programs, or at least, not usually. Samsung's SideSync program, an automated backup, remote desktop, and file transfer system, was previously limited to Samsung's own ATIV line of Windows laptops and tablets. But with the update to version 3.0, the company has removed that restriction - you should now be able to use SideSync with a Samsung Android device and any Windows machine.

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