The recently launched T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S4
has received an update, it's first, which can be received from an OTA notification or pulled out from Samsung Kies. The update brings improvements to the Visual Voicemail
app and also improves the ISIS mobile payments app. You might remember that ISIS is a Google Wallet competitor that was formed by a collaboration between AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile
and uses NFC to make payments at participating retailers.
The update brings software version M919UVUAMDL to the handset and with the update weighing in at a hefty 168MB
, T-Mobile suggests that your Samsung Galaxy S4 has at least 50% battery life when you download and install the software. While the update is available now from Samsung Kies, you might not receive the OTA notification immediately as updates sent out via this method are usually disseminated in waves.
If you need some help in downloading the update, you can get help from T-Mobile by clicking on the sourcelink.