Rejoice, Galaxy S4 owners! AT&T is giving your device it’s first Lollipop update today. Going directly to version 5.0.1, this update should bring new life to your S4. This update is a huge 947MB, and comes with plenty of new features that have been touted in Android’s latest iteration. Surprisingly, you will see this update get rid of some bloatware apps that were previously stuck on your device.

The removal of some of this bloatware plus a faster Android version should result in you seeing a quicker experience on your Galaxy S4. A list of the features included in this update along with a step-by-step walk-through on downloading the update is available at AT&T’s software updates page. After updating, you should see “Android version: 5.0.1” and “Build Number: LRX22C.1337UCUGOC3” under the “About Device” menu in your phone.

Have you updated your Samsung Galaxy S4 to Lollipop yet? Give us your thoughts on it down in the comments!


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  1. I am not happy with this update. My S4 lost ALL its dark backgrounds. ALL my screens are now white with no way to change them back. So now my battery life is less. I see no real change in usage yet.

  2. I don’t like the new background color, my battery doesn’t last as long plus the option to “bookmark” a page is gone. I used that option a lot and want it back.

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