The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now getting a stability update as the handset gears up to launch in global markets in less than 24 hours. The handset has been available in South Korea for over a week now following fears of the inevitable sales ban. This update won’t change the way the handset works and is only a minor bug fixing and stability enhancement update to ensure that the smartphone is in pristine condition during launch.
Customers who already own the smartphone can download this 30MB patch by heading over to the settings or waiting for an OTA update. The software version changes to XXU1ANCE post the update, so make a note of that in case you own the device.
It was revealed yesterday that the Galaxy S5 on AT&T doesn’t come with the Download Booster feature which enables users to download content using a combination of LTE and WiFi. So if you’re planning to get a carrier variant of the Samsung flagship, be mindful of this fact.
Source: Appdated – Translated
Via: GSM Arena