Apparently AT&T is in an update-y mood today, because it’s now pushing some big updates to its Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One mini.
First up, the AT&T Galaxy S5 is getting a 142.8MB update to build KOT49H G900AUCU2ANG3. Including are the following tweaks:
- Security updates and patches
- Application installation enhancements
- Accidental emergency dial fixed on the lock screen
- Several lower layer modem crashes and sluggishness improvement enhancements
- E-mail UX enhancements
- S-View cover error
- Re-activation lock improvements
To check for this update, you can head into Settings > About device > Software update > Check for updates.
Meanwhile, the AT&T-flavored HTC One mini is receiving a beefy 550MB update to build 4.13.502.3 CL363807. Why so large? Because it’s got Sense 6 and more included:
- HTC Sense 6 highlights
- AT&T Address Book integration
- Ready to Go
- Usage manager
- Mail and Live (Yahoo)
- HTC Sense 5.5 highlights
To manually check for the HTC One mini’s update, you must head into Settings > AT&T software update > Check for Updates.
Both of these look like nice updates for their respective devices, and if either of these Android phones happen to call your pocket “home,” you should probably check for its update right about now. Just don’t forget to stop by the comments section below to tell us that you got it, k?
Via Android Police (1), (2), AT&T: Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One mini