AT&T Galaxy S 4 Android 4.3 update rolling out with Galaxy Gear support, improved call reliability

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| November 27, 2013

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 4

Does that headline sound familiar? It should, because AT&T originally began rolling an Android 4.3 update out to its version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 back in mid-November. However, the update was halted a few days later after it began causing issues for users that installed it. The good news is that it didn't take long for the push to resume.

AT&T announced today that the Galaxy S 4's Android 4.3 update is now going out over the air, bringing with it a bump to software build JSS15J.I337UCUEMK2 and a few other goodies. Here's AT&T's changelog for the 727MB update:

  • Android 4.3 OS upgrade
  • Samsung Galaxy Gear compatibility
  • Drag and drop to uninstall or disable applications
  • Call reliability improvements

It's kind of a bummer that AT&T Galaxy S 4 owners were teased with a taste of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean before having it yanked away due to some bugs, but hey, at least it only took a week or so for the push to begin once again. If you're rocking a Galaxy S 4 that's got an AT&T globe tattooed on its backside, you can check for this new (and hopefully bug-free) version of the Android 4.3 update by heading into Settings > More > About device > Software update > Check for updates. Be sure to give us a shout if you manage to pull some software from the sky!

Via AT&T Consumer Blog, AT&T Galaxy S 4 software updates