Samsung Galaxy S4 receives an update to use the Telstra 4G and Orange

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    Good news for users of Samsung flagship. The Galaxy S 4 starts to receive today an update that enables 4G to be able to start using the mobile Internet networks high-speed Spanish operator Yoigo and Orange .

    The launch coincides with the date that begins its deployment Telstra 4G . Orange however what began 10 days earlier, on July 8, and users could not use the new network with SGS4 today.

    Remember that a phone can be compatible with 4G, but until the manufacturer or operator does not release an update to allow access to the network may not be possible to make use of it, so it is very important for the future of this starting to terminals update .


    This is an OTA , so that when we simply see a message arrives notify us to update and have to follow the relevant steps.

    now is that Vodafone launches its update and the three Spanish operators with 4G for the other terminals that are not yet compatible. It’s about time, but the sooner you do, the better.

    via | Engadget

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    Samsung Galaxy S4 receives an update to use the Telstra 4G and Orange
    July 18, 2013

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