22
Nov
GalaxySIII-Thumb

An Android 4.3 OTA update has already rolled out to Galaxy S IIIs on T-Mobile and AT&T. Now the update is coming to Sprint devices. This release not only gives Galaxy S IIIs the latest version of Jelly Bean, it introduces the ability to pair the devices with Galaxy Gear smartwatches and brings in Samsung KONX compatibility. Many of those pre-installed apps will also see improvements as well.

SprintOTA

This OTA is the first in seven months and jumps the Sprint Galaxy SIII up from Android 4.1.

21
Nov
MotoX-Thumb

It's a good time to own a Moto X. Hell already froze over earlier this week when the Verizon version of the handset was the first to receive an OTA to Android 4.4, beating the Nexus 4 and both Google Play Edition devices. Now the update is rolling out to phones running on T-Mobile.

21
Nov
1

If you have an OUYA, it's time to hit the power button – the team just released its largest update yet, and it's a damn doozie. This OTA is packed to the brim with new stuff: External Storage is now in open beta (and stupid-easy to use), there's a new UI, double-tapping the OUYA button will now bring up the system menu instead of exiting a game, incremental updates have been enabled, update notes are available directly on the console, bug fixes, and more.

20
Nov
GalaxySIII-Thumb

Samsung Galaxy S III owners have waited patiently for their Android 4.3 update, and though Samsung put the international version's update on hold, American carriers have started to push out OTAs to their customers. T-Mobile got the ball rolling yesterday, and now AT&T is doing the same. The company is distributing the most recent version of Jelly Bean via an update to build number I747UCUEMJB.

Samsung3

The download is over 600MB.

20
Nov
Motorola-Logo-e1372443017369-1024x834

Motorola is continuing its tradition of being transparent about which devices are on the docket for OTAs. The company's online tool has been updated to indicate several new devices will be joining the Android 4.4 fold.

2013-11-20 02_43_06-- Motorola Support - Find Answers _ Motorola Mobility, Inc.

2013-11-20 02_42_24-- Motorola Support - Find Answers _ Motorola Mobility, Inc. 2013-11-20 02_42_44-- Motorola Support - Find Answers _ Motorola Mobility, Inc.

19
Nov
GalaxySIII-Thumb

KitKat is tasty, for sure, but it's not the only Android flavor that gets users excited. Many users are still waiting for the latest version of Jelly Bean to arrive on their devices. Considering just how many Galaxy SIIIs Samsung managed to sell, that's a good number of customers who will be happy to know that their wait for Android 4.3 will soon come to an end. If you have a Galaxy S III running on T-Mobile, an Android 4.3 update may now be available for you to install.

19
Nov
GalaxyNoteII-Thumb

The Galaxy Note II came out over a year ago rocking Android 4.1.1. That was great at the time, but now that a giant KitKat statue is standing up in front of the Googleplex, it's time to move things along. Samsung never bothered with bringing 4.2.2 to the Note 2, but customers will likely forgive them now that 4.3 is rolling out to devices across the globe. It's moving in phases, though, so for the time being the only models to start receiving the update have been the GT-N7100 and the GT-N7105.

18
Nov
KindleFireHDX-Thumb

Amazon is now distributing an OTA update for the Fire OS that powers the Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets. Version 3.1 brings deeper Goodreads integration, so users can more easily share favorite quotes with others, view what their friends are reading, and leave reviews. Readers can also import their Amazon library directly into the social network. This may not be the most exciting new feature, but it makes perfect sense for a tablet that is descendent from a line of e-readers.

18
Nov
Galaxy-S4-ATT

Remember that Android 4.3 update that started rolling out to the AT&T Galaxy S4 last week? Well, you can stop waiting for it and hitting the update button every 10 minutes – there's been a little hiccup.

nexusae0_Screenshot_2013-12-13-22-22-43_1_

18
Nov
tf701t_02

Update: The US update just hit our unit in the wee hours of the morning, right on time. It's 273.17MB and takes about 10 minutes to install if you've got the mobile dock (less if you don't). You should be able to get the update by hitting up the system OTA menu. Remember, the full images for the Taiwanese and worldwide SKUs were posted a few days ago, so you can go that route if you want.

Page 19 of 35«First...10...1718192021...30...Last»
Quantcast