Remember that update that began hitting AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S 4 yesterday? There was no official changelog at the time of the rollout, leaving users in the dark as to what exactly the new update would be doing to their phone, but that's changed today. AT&T just published the details of the I337UCUAMDL update to its Galaxy S 4 support site, revealing that the following changes are contained within:
Sprint's version of the Galaxy S 4 is also receiving a new software update, and just like the one for AT&T's model, it appears to be rather small. According to Sprint, the update brings its Galaxy S 4 up to version "MDL" and includes the following tweaks:
While neither update is likely to get owners of the AT&T and Sprint Galaxy S 4s jumping out of their seats with excitement, it's always good to see carriers and manufacturers releasing new software to make their phones better. If you're rocking Samsung's latest flagship on AT&T or Sprint, you can manually check for these updates right now by heading into Settings > More tab > About device > Software update. And if you're one of the folks that've already managed to update, our comments section below is the perfect place to put finger to key and share your thoughts on the new software.