AT&T start rolling Android 4.3 to the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Good news for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active owners in AT&T US network. Android 4.3 is starting to roll out in the form of an over-the-air update by AT&T boys. As you're probably aware by now, the update keeps the phone in Jelly Bean territory with baseband version I537UCUBML2. Last week AT&T posted then removed the Galaxy S4 Active 4.3 update changelog, which details nearly everything users can expect. This update includes Galaxy gear support with other improvements like OpenGL ES 3.0 support, Bluetooth Smart technology, enhanced notifications and 1080p Netflix streaming. AT&T is also adding a few pre-installed apps with this update. They are billing these are “AT&T Signature Experience preloads” and they will be arriving as Kindle, Lookout, City ID, Password Keeper, Games and AT&T Mobile Protection. You may like it or not but it will be there after Android 4.3 update! Drag and drop to uninstall apps from the app drawer has been integrated, and plenty other features Samsung Galaxy S4 owners have been enjoying for months.

How to update Samsung Galaxy S4 Active to Android 4.3 under AT&T Network

Samsung Galax S4 Active Android 4.3 OTA update size is 772MB, so it’s wise to use home Wi-Fi for that and also ensure full charge before continue. Once that arrives you will simply need to follow the prompts. Otherwise, those with a Galaxy S4 Active in their hand can navigate to Settings -> More (tab) -> About device -> Software update -> Check for updates to try and get the process started. And after that let us know how it works. Because Android 4.4 for AT&T Galaxy S4 Active is a long dream now. If you want to buy new Galaxy S4 Active from AT&T you have to spend @200 under 2-yr contract and $595 in no contract mode.
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