AT&T is rolling out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop for its Samsung Galaxy S4

The update is a pretty hefty 947MB, so naturally AT&T is requiring that Galaxy S4 owners use their Wi-Fi connections to grab the Lollipop file. Here's what users can expect after they download and install the update, according to AT&T's support page:

Android 5.0 Lollipop Highlights

  • Songs, photos, apps, and even recent searches from one Android device can be immediately enjoyed across all of your Android devices.
  • New User Interface look and feel, more fluid motions
  • Priority mode to only allow certain notifications to get through
  • Battery saving features and remaining time left to charge or deplete indicators
  • Smart Lock to secure phone or tablet by pairing it with a trusted device like a wearable or car
  • Most frequently used settings available with just two swipes down from the top screen

In addition, the update will also remove the Code Scanner, Browser Bar and Softcard apps from the Galaxy S4. The new build number for the smartphone will be LRX22C.1337UCUGOC3 after the installation is completed. AT&T has already rolled out Lollipop to other Android devices including the LG G3 and the 2014 Moto X.

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Source: AT&T

John Callaham