Samsung has just released the first firmware for it’s T-Mobile variant of Galaxy S4. The new SGH-M919 firmware has been pushed to the Kies Server.
This new release is the addition to the release of huge amount of GT-I9500 and GT-I9505 firmwares which Samsung has been pushing for last week alone. The new firmware for the U.S carrier T-Mobile is the branded firmware for this particular Galaxy S4 version.
The new SGH-M919 firmware is based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean covered with the latest, Samsung’s very own UX 2.0 User Interface. The newly updated firmware brought some improvements in Visual Voicemail and in ISIS apps that has been provided with this special T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S4. The firmware will arrive as baseband version M919UVUAMDL. It will be available for T-Mobile United States and Canada. Further download instructions have been uploaded in the T-Mobile’s official website under the support page.
Android Version: 4.2.2 – Build JDQ39
T-Mobile Galaxy S4′s (SGH-M919) firmware is also available for download from this official Samsung Firmware Directory. After the release of this official firmware many of the 3rd party developers will start cooking custom ROMs for this T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 which is codenamed as SGH-M919.