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Sprint's HTC 10 gets an over-the-air update to improve its camera and bump security

Today's update to the Sprint model of the HTC 10 includes one and only one change, according to the log on Sprint's support page. "Bug Fixes - includes Camera enhancements" is the only line on note. According to the post the update is version 1.80.651.1, the same one mentioned on this HTC page, which means that it also includes the AOSP security updates for both May and June. The RUU for the update, which weighs in at a hefty 1.8GB, is available for manual flashing.

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HTC 10 Now Available For Pre-Order On Verizon, Coming May 13th To Sprint

The HTC 10 is leaps and bounds better than the M9 was, and it looks like people are getting rightly excited about this device. The 10 beat out the GS7 in a recent AP poll, in fact. Now Verizon customers can put their money where their mouths are and pre-order HTC's make-or-break smartphone. Sprint has announced details too, but you'll have to wait a little longer.

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Galaxy Note Edge And S5 Sport On Sprint Receive Marshmallow OTA Updates

The Sprint Galaxy Note 5 got Android 6.0 a month ago. Now it's the Note Edge's turn. The carrier has announced an over-the-air update delivering Marshmallow, security patches from Google and Samsung, and bug fixes. The OTA is going out as verison number N915PVPU4DPD.

That large, curved device is not alone.

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T-Mobile, AT&T, And Sprint Offer Free Calls And Texts To Ecuador Following Deadly Earthquake

US carriers offering free service to disaster-stricken areas of the world has become something of a grim but inspiring tradition at this point. After a devastating earthquake struck the area off the coast of Esmeraldas, Ecuador last night, all of Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile have announced that they are offering free calls and texts to the country for the time being. This allows US residents to contact family members and friends in the affected areas. The offer extends to any calls or texts made from yesterday through Sunday, April 24th on Sprint, Saturday the 23rd on T-Mobile, and Friday the 22nd on AT&T.

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The HTC 10 Will Not Be Sold By AT&T, But The Unlocked Version Will Be Compatible

HTC has just announced its latest flagship, the HTC 10. This phone is seen by many as the company's last chance to get back on track. It's not off to an amazing start, though. AT&T, a long time partner of HTC, won't be carrying the HTC 10. That has to sting. It's only going to be sold directly by Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile.

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Sprint Galaxy S5 Gets Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Update

Sprint is now pushing out Marshmallow to the Galaxy S5, Samsung's flagship phone from 2014. This marks the third major version of Android to run on the phone, following Lollipop (though not 5.1) and KitKat before that.

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LG G5 Now Available From All Five Major US Carriers

We've already told you about the LG G5 being available from AT&T for $688. And if you've been following the coverage, you know it was only a matter of time before the phone went live on other carriers' sites too. Well, it has. The G5 is now ready for purchase from all five major carriers in the US.

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What's Up With AT&T, Verizon, John Legere, And Netflix Throttling? A Quick Explainer

In the past day or two, you probably heard something along the lines of: "AT&T and Verizon are "throttling" Netflix." Originally, John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, made a claim that led to such statements. Many outlets ran with the story, but AT&T and Verizon quickly and flatly denied any claim of throttling Netflix content - and AT&T and Verizon aren't exactly likely to lie about something like that in a public statement. This seemingly put Legere in a corner: did John have bad information? Well, it turns out the situation is a little more complex than all that, and while what John Legere said was technically true, it doesn't exactly ring that way in the practical sense.

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Sprint Pushes Android Marshmallow Updates To The Galaxy Note 4, 5, And S6 Edge+

Samsung has a bunch of phones spread across a bunch of carriers, and those released in the last year or two need Marshmallow updates. Sprint has begun to roll out the latest version of Android to customers owning three of those devices: the Galaxy Note 4 and 5, plus the S6 Edge+.

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LG G5 Available For Pre-Order On Sprint And Verizon Starting Today, Released April 1st

No, it's not an April Fool prank, as far as we're aware. Sprint and Verizon are taking pre-orders for the LG G5 starting today, and it will be officially available on April 1st. You have your choice of monthly payments, a contract, or just buying it outright for $576 on Sprint. Verizon only has payment plans, and the full price phone is a little more expensive.

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