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T-Mobile Galaxy S5 Will Get Android 5.0 Lollipop This Week


Many of the users are still anxiously waiting for the new Android 5.0 Lollipop to show up on their devices officially. Well quite shockingly the Galaxy S5 is going to get it much sooner than the other devices, as different variations of the smartphone have already started updating. Well now it seems that the next in line to join the ranks will be the T-Mobile model of the Galaxy S5 as it is being rumored that the update process to Lollipop on T-Mobile devices will start within this week on February 18th. If this rumor turns out to be true then all of the users of T-Mobile with Galaxy S5 could be on the newest version of Android software by Sunday.

The Android 5.0 Lollipop has already been rolling out to Sprint and Verizon Wireless Galaxy S5’s for nearly a week for now and it seems that T-Mobile cannot wait any longer. However many had thought that T-Mobile would have been at the forefront as it is more open when it comes to software updates than the other carriers. Once the software is out for users to update there are definitely going to be changes such as the lockscreen notifications and the bolder vivid use of colors within Material Design.

Well from what we have learned about the software update from the other carriers who are providing the update on the Galaxy S5 is that the software package will be quite large and the process for downloading and installing the update will take more than a few minutes. So this means that once you start the update you would most probably keep your phone aside for nearly 5 to 15 minutes. Plus if you want to be on the safe side have at least 75 percent battery life so that the phone does not die in middle of the update.


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