T-Mobile is rolling out minor software updates for three of its Samsung devices. The update is being pushed out now to the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Tab 4, and the Galaxy Avant. Of the three devices, only the Galaxy Tab 4 update will be pushed out to users starting Monday, December 8, and the carrier is advising owners of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Avant that updates for their phones are available via either a manual pull or through the Samsung Kies software.
The updates for the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Avant bring Chinese language support while the Galaxy Tab 4 gains stability improvements through its software update.
Be sure to check the source links below if you own any of the three devices for more info on how to grab the update you need.
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