An update for Android 4.3 had already started to be delivered to AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphones since last week. Although not everyone managed to receive the update up to this moment, this piece of news comes in as a surprise: Samsung has decided to stop delivering this update because of certain issues that have been detected. All we can say is that hopefully this won’t be something that lasts too long and that they will start rolling out the update as soon as possible. And hopefully this time it will be bug-free.
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So what’s the problem?
There have yet to appear reports from AT&T regarding these specific issues. However, a number of people suggest that the issues might be connected with Wi-Fi or cellular data connection. So if you own an AT&T Galaxy S4 and have encountered issues in one or more of these areas this might be the reason why Samsung decided to halt the delivery of the update. But there are still some users who haven’t detected any issues so it is unclear what the real problems might be.
Samsung has yet to state when they would start delivering the update once more. But you guys should probably notice the fact that it’s the second time they do this in one month. The first time was when they canceled the Android 4.3 update for the UK and Korean versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3.
If you own an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 and you managed to already get the update we would appreciate if you could tell us if everything is working fine. Have you encountered and problems?
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