Its been a month now since the official release of the latest version of the Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung current flagship device the Galaxy S5. But the update has been rolled out for the international version of the device 1st while the devices released by different carriers are still in the waiting line to get the update rolls out.
The good news comes for the Samsung Galaxy S5 T-Mobile variant owners who have got the Android 5.0 Lollipop for their devices. So all the T-Mobile Galaxy S5 owners are advised to update their devices with this latest Over The Air update which has been rolled out with the notification seen on the top bar for the update to be downloaded and installed on the device.
Just like the iOS 8 update which hit the Apple devices last year, this Android 5.0 Lollipop update is huge approximately 1 GB, so for all users who have not been using the external memory card in their devices should now start thinking about to get one and make sure that you are using an unlimited network before getting this update to download on your device.
How to update Samsung Galaxy S5 T-Mobile variant on Android 5.0 Lollipop:
All you have to do is follow these steps.
1- Check out the Notification bar at the top of the device. If there is a software update icon showing then you should tap on it so that the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA update starts downloading.
2- If there is no update notification on top of the screen then head to Settings.
3- Inside Settings About device > Software update.
4- Once you tap on the option your Galaxy S5 will search for the update and once found will start downloading it.
5- Once the download completes. your device will automatically restarts and the update will install on it.
This Android 5.0 Lollipop comes with a lot of new changes for your device including a fresh new look for the notifications and the shortcuts that you use to have on your lock screen. The update has been modified to include the Samsung’s very own multi-tasking feature that has been introduced in the previous version of the TouchWiz UI. With the new update to Android 5.0 you have to download and install all the apps updates that have a new UI for the Lollipop version of Android.
The T-Mobile version of the GS5 looks to have the same layout as the Verizon version post-update, with the ability to set your phone to sound, vibrate or mute, where mute is the same as the “none” setting on a Nexus running 5.0.
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