T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 gets Stagefright security fix
Samsung Galaxy S4 has been released back in 2013 and, although some may consider it to be slightly outdated, some carriers upgraded it to Android 5.0 Lollipop already. Unfortunately, T-Mobile customers using this handset may not get Lollipop too soon, but at least they got a fix for the Stagefright vulnerability.
The Android 4.4.4 KitKat-based update with the Stagefright security fix carries baseband version number M919UVUFOH3 and has only 15.37 MB in size. Prerequisites include a non-rooted device with WiFi connection and 50 percent battery life or higher that has firmware M919UVUFNK2 installed. Those interested can wait for the OTA update notification or use Samsung Kies to perform the firmware upgrade.
Since T-Mobile unleashed the update yesterday, customers with Galaxy S4 handsets that qualify for the update should update as soon as possible. Unfortunately, they may have to wait at least a few weeks until their devices get updated to Lollipop. We will get back to this topic as soon as we hear about a Lollipop update for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets, so stay tuned.
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