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Verizon Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Both Getting Minor OTA Updates Today (Version VRU1AOD5)

While it's not a particularly exciting set of updates, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are hugely popular handsets, so any OTA update is news in one sense or another. Today, Verizon's versions of the twin-sixes are getting an update to build VRU1AOD5, which seems like a bug fix and feature-tweak release.

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Here's the full changelog.

Photo Editor

  • Drawing feature has been added to Photo Editor

Voice Call (HD Voice)

  • ‘Add Call’ button has been moved to app bar beside MORE.
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Motorola Offers Atrix HD Owners $100 Off A Moto X To Apologize For Dropping Update Support

The Atrix HD came out in 2012, right before Motorola's Google-fueled turnaround. That's why it was surprising when Motorola put this phone on the KitKat update list in late 2013. That update never came through, leaving the device on Android 4.1.1, but Motorola is offering a deal on a new Moto X to make up for that.

2015-06-02 15_23_02-Motorola US_ Special Offer for Atrix HD owners

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US Cellular Version Of The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Gets Its Lollipop (5.0.2) OTA Update

Samsung's latest and most advanced tablet series is the Galaxy Tab S. That's kind of amazing when you consider the company's previous rate of releasing new tablets, and that the Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 were released almost a year ago. But I suppose it's nice if you happen to have one, so Samsung is more motivated to release faster updates. Today the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 on US Cellular gets its Android 5.0 update.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 LTE On Verizon Gets Android Lollipop OTA Update

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AT&T Will Sell The LG G4 Online Starting May 29th, In Stores June 5th: $200 On-Contract, $630 Outright

AT&T is usually first to the party with new phone releases, or at least with their announcements for availability. Not so with the LG G4 - though the phone's launch on various carriers is only separated by a week or so, Ma Bell decided to wait until just a day before to let us know. In any case, you'll be able to buy LG's latest flagship on AT&T starting tomorrow on its website (at 12:01 AM Eastern, according to the blog post) and on Friday, June 5th in stores.

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OnePlus Is Super-Upset That Verizon Hijacked #NeverSettle, Wants You To Complain Loudly On Twitter For Some Reason

Hashtags are a really big deal, guys. You can't just lovingly craft a hashtag by combining two existing words, then let some other company take those words and start using them more effectively than you. Aw, hell no. OnePlus doesn't like that Verizon has been using the #NeverSettle slogan, and has called upon the demon hoards of the internet to tweet snarky things at Big Red so they can take it back. Brilliant!

2015-05-28 09_30_31-Take Back #NeverSettle - OnePlus.net

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[Update: Factory Image And OTA Links] As Indicated, Android Build LMY47Z Is Now Heading To Nexus 6 Phones On Sprint

Got a Nexus 6? Are you using it on Sprint? Then don't be surprised if you see an over-the-air update come sometime in the next few days. Sprint's support site had officially listed build LMY47Z, indicating that it's either going out to Nexus 6 owners now or will be in the very near future.

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[It's A Google I/O Miracle] T-Mobile Xperia Z1s Is Getting Lollipop Right Now

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T-Mobile Begins Selling The LG G4: $25 A Month Or $600 Outright, With a Free 128GB MicroSD Card

In the race to sell LG's latest flagship Android phone to Americans, T-Mobile wins by a nose. As promised, the carrier is now selling its own version of the G4 to customers. You can buy it outright on T-Mo's contract-free setup for $599.76, or split your payments into 24 monthly chunks of $24.99. T-Mobile is also giving away a free 128GB MicroSD card with new purchases while supplies last - according to Amazon, that's about an $80 value.

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Android 5.1 OTA Rolling Out To 2nd Gen Moto X And Moto E LTE On US Cellular

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