T-Mobile's update page keeps you abreast of your phone's update to Android 5.0

T-Mobile's update page keeps you abreast of your phone's update to Android 5.0
If you're a T-Mobile customer wondering if your handset will soon receive the Android 5.0 update, all you need to do is visit the carrier's Software Updates page and click on the image of your phone. You will receive information related to your model's update to Android 5.0. For example, click on a phone that has already been updated like the Nexus 5, and you will see that the stock Android model has already been Lollipopped.

Ok, maybe the Nexus 5 is an obvious one to pick. Let's choose another phone. Click on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and you'll see that the update is in the process of being tested by T-Mobile. In fact, there are three levels and the Galaxy Note 3 is on the second level. Level one, called Manufacturer Development, means that T-Mobile and the manufacturer of a device have agreed to update the model's current OS build. Level 2, is called T-Mobile testing. In this stage, the carrier runs through the update in an effort to certify it.

When you get to Level 3, the process is completed and the update is available for the device. Some of the devices listed on T-Mobile's Software Updates page include the Nexus 4 (Level 3, Completed), Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (Level 1, Manufacturer Development) and the HTC One (Level 2, T-Mobile testing).

If you want to know where your T-Mobile branded Android phone stands in relation to the Lollipop update, click on the sourcelink below.


source: T-Mobile via SlashGear

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8 Comments

1. vincelongman

Posts: 5817; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

This is neat IMO the OEMs and other carriers show have something like this

2. mrej201

Posts: 226; Member since: Feb 04, 2015

Oh that really great when df is the note 4 getting update

3. joseram695

Posts: 79; Member since: May 28, 2012

What the heck Samsung and t-mobile!!!!!!!!! Note 4 in stage 1!!!!!!!!! Ugh I'm so mad! I want lollipop on my note 4 and seriously the note 3 on stage 2!?!? Imo the latest device should get the update 1st not the one prior, note 4 1st then note 3 come on!!!!!

4. joseram695

Posts: 79; Member since: May 28, 2012

I was Expecting the update in a couple of days guess I'll b waiting a couple of weeks now

5. mikewillz

Posts: 52; Member since: May 03, 2013

No lollipop love for the Note 4?

6. Landmarkcm

Posts: 507; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

I just don't get the big craze of lollipop as far as compared to KitKat. I just updated a 2nd gen Moto G to it again & wish I hadn't! Because another thing that keeps P***ing me off with google as well (It happened with jellybean) is how they keep changing codes to where apps that worked perfectly fine before don't work! Although the 2nd gen G has fine great loud speaker sound already, There is only one equalizer app in the store that actually boosts volumes even more! & it works fine in KitKat, But now not 5.0!. That's not the only reason though I am getting another one and not changing it to lollipop. Ya the white scheme is ok, But KitKat is easier to navigate. I don't like the new card stacks in 5.0 either. You swipe them away and they are not all gone as they are in 4.4. Also I am not seeing any of the claimed battery improvements, Anyway before this gets to long 5.0 needs some work to make me want it over KitKat & I know I am not the only one who feels that way.

7. joseg81

Posts: 204; Member since: Jul 15, 2011

no lollipop for lg g3 :( sad day

8. Landmarkcm

Posts: 507; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

I'll say it again lol. Your not missing much. Newer in this case does not = better!

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