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It seems Verizon has been developing Android Marshmallow update in the background. They are rolling out the latest version of Marshmallow for the LG G3 and flagship G4, as well as HTC's One M9 devices. Those where were eagerly waiting for this update can now enjoy the new Android flavor.


The Over the Air notification will connect with your device within a few more days. Then you'll be able to continue with the install. As usual your device needs to have at least 50 percent of full charge, and Wi-Fi connection is always recommended. Apart from that you should also keep a backup of your important data. This is a good way to avoid data loss if anything goes wrong while updating the smartphone.


There is an option to get the update manually.To go ahead with this, open up the Settings app on the LG G3 or G4, then browse through the following:

 

About Phone → Update Center → System Updates → Check for Update. In case of the HTC One M9, use the following steps: Settings → System Updates → HTC software update → Check Now.


Following Verizon, today T-Mobile is also about to release Marshmallow support to users of the HTC One M9. But, there is no info as of now on whether it's still on track. T-Mobile's LG G4 Marshmallow upgrade was initiated few week back, while the G3 is still in the waiting list.


Verizon Link 1 / Link 2 / Link 3


Android M

 

Google already announced the Android M major release. However, this is just a developer preview which has very few UI changes and some other unstable new features that still needs lots of testing and developing. Google made a schedule for Android M releases during the I/O event.

 

Android M


According to the official schedule (pictured above), Google is going to release 3 Developer Previews in the next 3 months. The Android M Official final release will be during the end of the 3rd Quarter (Q3,2015), still no exact date confirmed yet. By the final release Android "M" will be given a Name like "K = KitKat , L = Lollipop"... it might be Muffins, M&M's, Milkshake... etc.

 

Exclusive Screenshots

 

Official Change-log

 


fun fit

 

HTC introduced the fitness and health focused app "Fun Fit" alongside its flagship smartphone One M9. Loaded with several helpful features, the application is now available for free from the Google Play store.

 

HTC has tailored the Fun Fit with a Sense-like fee, coupled with basic features for health and fitness tracking. For instance, the app will offer data related to steps taken, calories burned, time and distance.

 

fun fit

 

These tracked activities will be shown in the form of fancy charts for better understanding of the data. Users can also feed their measurements and set goals. And of course, Facebook integration allows sharing the data with friends and contacts over the social network.

 

fun fit

 

HTC Fun Fit [Play]

 



Unlike Apple Pay or Android Pay, the Samsung Pay does not require installation of any additional equipment supporting NFC at the point-of-sale (POS) to complete payment successfully.


The store executives with old POS equipments will be surprised in your next visit finding the Samsung Pay works perfectly in collecting payment from you.


Similar encounters have inspired the South Korean giant to make a new video commercial for its new payment feature that is made available across its Galaxy handsets.


In the video non-fancy store executives are seen getting surprised with the successful transaction through old POS equipments that does not supports NFC, the tech feature that is required while making payment through Apple Pay or Android Pay.


Samsung uses a unique technology called MST in its payment feature that mimics debit and credit card swipes, and this facilitates paying at any store with ease that accepts card. This is the reason the newly launched Samsung Pay has been more successful than the rivals.


Watch the embedded commercial video in this post and share your own views with fellow readers whether you managed surprising any store executive by making payment through Samsung Pay-compatible Galaxy smartphone. Use the below given comment box.




The Next Note smartphone from Samsung is surrounded by rumors, speculations and leaks. There has even been a word that the Note 6 might actually be called the Note 7! Amidst all this confusion and mystery, @OnLeaks and uSwitch had joined forces and as a result, a few images and a video has been published that shows us the upcoming Note in detailed rendering. These look to be the genuine deal and are based on leaked blueprints, allegedly.



The Note 6 looks similar to the S7 Edge in design here, but with a bit more squared sides, reminiscent of the Note 5. The device seems to sport a dual edge display, along with curves on both the front and the rear. An USB Type-C port can be seen, along with what can be speculated as a setup of sensors for the iris scanner. The S-Pen has not changed its place from the familiar bottom slot this year either.



]These renders are by far the best ones that we have seen yet and they do look very convincing. Do you see anything that we missed? Let us know after having a look at the render video below.



Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The beta version of Samsung's latest music application is now available on the Play Store and it's free to download. This will make updating the app easier for Samsung as it no longer has to be part of the Samsung's firmware upgrades. It is an initiative that will make updates for individual Samsung made software more frequent.


If you are wondering what is so special about Samsung Music, you might be disappointed as it is similar to most other music apps on the Play Store, excepting the fact that it is made primarily for Samsung devices and optimized accordingly. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the first flagship smartphones from Samsung to come without the default music player pre-installed and this is probably the beginning of a new trend.


If you are interested to download and give Samsung Music a try then make sure that your device is running at least Android Marshmallow 6.0 as anything below that is incompatible with it. The Samsung music player supports popular formats like WMA, MP3, FLAC and AAC among others. It is also capable of sorting your songs in six categories, namely Artist, Track, Album, Composer, Folder and Genre. Anyone who has used a Samsung device before will feel at home and if you have another compatible device that you want to try it on, feel free to download it now.


Download it here.


Galaxy S4 mini plus

 

Recently, Samsung canceled the Android 5.0 Lollipop Update for the original Galaxy S4 mini. Today, the company has just released a new variant called Samsung Galaxy S4 mini plus (GT-I9195I). It improves on the chipset, while keeping everything else pretty much the same. This variant will get updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop later this year.

 

Galaxy S4 mini plus

 

The I9195I Galaxy S4 mini plus features a 4.3" Super AMOLED qHD screen and runs on the Snapdragon 410 chip with a quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 CPU, Adreno 306 GPU and 1.5GB of RAM. Besides the power boost everything else stays the same the 8MP camera with 1080p video recording, a 1,900 mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed.

 

galaxy s4 mini plus

 

The device is currently available for sale in many EU countries, including Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria. The Galaxy S4 mini plus (aka S4 mini VE) is priced at €239, but we were able to find it on as low as €190.

 

Source (Samsung)



If you happen to be in South Korea and planning to buy a Galaxy S8 or S8+, you might just be able to buy it in one more color option than before. The new Burgundy Red is supposed to go with the autumn theme and admittedly, it really does. It's a beautiful color and check out the ad above to see it in live action. The only question that remains is, will Samsung release it outside their home country?



Aside from the rear panel though, everything else is the same as in any other Galaxy S8 or S8+. Nevertheless, colors do matter and it would be interesting to see if Samsung does the same thing they did last year with the Coral Blue color and the Galaxy S7 Edge in US; they released the Coral Blue color option for the S7 Edge in time for the Holiday season and the same can happen this year with the Burgundy Red as well. Would you buy the S8 in red? Let us know in the comments.


Saikat Kar (teach-enthusiast)



Today Google released the December report of its distribution chart for the Android platform which is targeted for the developers (it can be seen in the image below). This primarily tells us about the progress it has made in terms of market share in each month when it comes to the different Operating System variants. The newest flavour of Android is version 6.0 Marshmallow, which now powers 0.5% of devices out there. There is an increment of 0.3% in the last month. Also in the same time period, Lollipop's market share has gone up to 29.5%, which is almost 4% more than what was in November.



With 36.6% of the market, KitKat's share has decreased slightly and the three Jelly Bean releases altogether are now at 26.9%, around 2% less than last month. Both Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread have lost some market share, and for some unknown reasons the historic Froyo OS is still stagnant at 0.2% share. It is also evident that the devices running on older variants of the OS are not included. It is expected that Marshmallow's share will increase in the first half of 2016, owing to the upgrade of the devices bought in 2015.


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The Cyanogen OS version 13.1 update is now out for relevant devices and it brings a unique feature along with it, called "Mods." This is not exactly a single feature, but an integration of multiple features from different external apps, built right into the Cyanogen OS itself. In order to understand what we are talking about here, consider the following example. Since it is a part of the Operating System's in-built Phone application, your Skype contacts can now be found in your smartphone's contacts by default, just like all the other contacts. You can place a Skype voice/video call directly from there.



Other popular third-party applications integrated in the OS are; Twitter in the lock screen, OneNote in the E-mail app and Hyperlapse in the camera. You can also instruct Cortana, Microsoft's virtual assistant, to take a selfie by simply saying, "take a selfie!" If you found these features to be interesting then there's much more waiting for you once you actually start using the new OS. As of now, it is only available for the OnePlus One, but YU and Zuk devices are also sure to start receiving the upgrade any day now.


***Cyanogen OS is different from CyanogenMod OS and this news is in relation to the former, as stated throughout the article.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



After just a few days from the first time it was heard of, the redesigned weather experience on Android is here. In addition to a brand new revamped user interface, Google Weather will now provide more details on the climate as well.


The generic Google Now Weather Card is replaced with a modern interface that will change backgrounds, depending on the real time weather and sky conditions in your area. An hourly breakdown of the weather is now added with area-specific info on chances of rain and snow. A more robust roster of warnings and alerts including UV index, air quality and suggestions are part of the new interface. You will also be able to look at a 10 day weather forecast in details, sunrise and sunset timings, temperature graphs and much more.


A feature that we particularly liked with the new experience is that users can now select a new location and just tap on "Add" to have it in their list of favorite locations. The next time you want to check what the weather is like in London, just select it from the drop down menu after you have added it to your favourites. Go ahead and check it out on your Android phone/tablet now.


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Lenevo has made a swift move - within a few weeks after releasing the K4 Note, they have announced the next official variant - the K5 Note. This smartphone features an all-metal body and is backed by a Mediatek Helio P10 SoC along with 64-bit octa-core processor and Mali-T860 GPU.


The handset also boasts a 5.5-inch Full HD LTPS display, 2GB RAM and 16GB expandable internal memory. When it comes to the camera, the rear unit is 13 MP and snapper at the front is of 8 MP. The battery supplies 3,500mAh charge with support for fast charging, and the device operates with Vibe UI on top of Android 5.1 Lollipop.


Dimension of the device is: 152 x 75.7 x 8.49mm and the K5 Note has some nice features like dual-SIM support, 4G LTE and VoLTE connectivity options. There is an implementation of a fingerprint sensor technology at the back, which also finds its usage in making payments as well as capturing photos.


Apart from this the device sports a 1.5W speaker on the back armed with Dolby Atmos surround sound effect. From pricing point, it will cost around RMB 1,099 (close to $167) in China, where it will be made available to the market via flash sale model. The very first sale is scheduled for this week with gold and silver as the two color options.


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Smart Glasses


While the Google Glass project seems to have run its course Sony is picking up the slack with its Single-Lens Display Module. Unlike Glass, Sony's device can be attached to conventional corrective glasses, sunglasses and even goggles. Not much is known about the device itself though the company will make it available next year and will release the SDK to select partners.

 

glasses

 

The main element is a color OLED microdisplay that projects a 640 x 400 image into your field of vision. The module also contains a processor along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth plus a selection of sensor. The device is based on the SmartEyeglass announced earlier this year.

 

Source [Sony]



Samsung's flagship smartphone the Galaxy S5 launched in 2014 has finally started getting the much awaited Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update. Last month this update was released to the S6 and S6 edge smartphones. Now this upgrade is getting rolled out to all the unlocked devices of the Galaxy S5 with model number SM-G900L running on LG Uplus carrier in South Korea.


There are number of new features in this latest open-source operating system offered by Google.Apart from that it packages bug fixes, better performance and speed improvements, primarily targeted towards improving user experience.


If you own a S5 (SM-G900L), and yet to receive the OTA notification, the update can be manually checked from the settings menu of the phone.



Firmware Download

 

 



Samsung recently started rolling out the February's security update to all of the unlocked devices of the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note 5 present across Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America.


This update is exactly like the firmware that Google released for its Nexus series at the very beginning of February. It primarily resolves the 10 security loopholes and 7 major vulnerabilities present in the Android operating system. It also packs a dedicated patch for the buggy Qualcomm Wi-Fi drivers and a solution for a major error that could have facilitated remote access to the smartphone by sending a simple text message.


Sadly, the South Korean tech giant was not able to publish the complete change log for this update as there are issues present in the software which might not have been exploited by hackers till now. They might try to attempt to exploit those security issues before the patch reaches the devices. If you are using one of the devices listed above and interested in finding out whether the update is available for your particular unit or not, then jump into Settings, go to About Device and finally tap Check for Updates.


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In the recent time there have a lot of news about the upgrade to the Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge smartphones. Couple of days back there was a solid news about the roll-out of this update in Poland.


On 15th February, The Korean tech giant officially released the Marshmallow update to all of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge devices present across the globe. Users of both of the devices should expect the notification to be available very soon.


This update will be available to different set of users depending on the geographical region and network carrier.


The Android 6.0 Marshmallow upgrade for the Galaxy S6 will come with the new Android variant, improved TouchWiz user interface and all of the newly released security fixes. The Galaxy S6 edge will get added advantage of this update, thanks to the new Edge display features.


If you are one of the proud owners of the Galaxy S6 or S6 edge, keep a watch for the update to come up.


Source:  Samsung Firmwares | Samsung


note 3 neo

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo users are eagerly waiting on fire for their Lollipop update, the Original Note 3 has already been updated a while ago. YouMobile is trying to gather all info about this Note 3 Neo updates for its readers. Here's what we got so far.

 

 

 

 

SamsungNederland confirmed via twitter a week ago that Galaxy Note 3 Neo update will roll-out in "phases", like any other update it will be a staged roll-out that will be available region-by-region / carrier-by-carrier. However, Samsung Nederland still doesn't have any release date on when the update will start rolling-out yet.

 

Note 3 Neo

 

2 days ago, Samsung published an official Firmware update for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N750) with Android build 4.4.2 KitKat to India (INS), the update has a very fresh build date (April,8 2015) which is exactly one month ago. This release is a Preparation update for the Lollipop release, in some cases Samsung tends to release a minor update before a major one as a preparation, this means that Samsung's development team is working on the Note 3 Neo firmware developments.

 

Galaxy Note 3 Neo Firmware Details (Minor):
- Model Name: Galaxy Note 3 NEO
- Model: SM-N750
- Country: India (INS)
- Firmware Version: N750XXUCOD1
- OS: Android KitKat
- OS Version: 4.4.2
- Build Date: April 8, 2015
- Publish Date: May 8, 2015
- Changelist: 4623016
- PDA: N750XXUCOD1
- CSC: N750ODDCOD1
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE

 

 

 

 

Just as a reminder, Samsung France has already confirmed the update on twitter before, also didn't specify a release date, just said that it's coming "Later this year".


When Lollipop is Coming ?

 

The Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo is expected to be released by [Late June - Early July] and it's currently "In-development".


Where to get the update ?

 

As we said above, the update is a staged roll-out, means it will take a long time (few weeks) to reach all users. We will publish the Lollipop firmwares on the Note 3 Neo YouFirmware Section as soon as it gets released so you can flash it manually and don't have to wait.

 

VIA 1, VIA 2


Grand prime

 

We reported before that the Galaxy Grand Prime update status is "Delayed" due to development issues and has been like that for more than 3 months. Now, the status has changed... Samsung has started releasing the first official Original Galaxy Grand Prime Android 5.0.2 Lollipop firmwares a couple of days ago. Currently the (SM-G530H) and (SM-G530FZ) variants are updated while the (SM-G530F), (SM-G530BT) and (SM-G530M) variants are expected to get the same update by early next month September.

 

G530H

 

However, those releases are only test releases which means that newer firmwares builds are coming in the next few days for those models. The final versions that will be rolling-out globally to all regions and variants should be here by the end of september. The Lollipop 5.0.2 bring an improved TouchWiz UI with Material Design, new notification panel, new lockscreen and lots of other features along with various bug fixes and performance improvements.

 

G530FZ

 

Sadly, the Original Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime will not be getting the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update which will stay Exclusive ONLY to the Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition (SM-G531) which packs an improved hardware specifications.

 

We will keep you updated with all the latest Grand Prime updates, Stay Tuned!

 

VIA, VIA



Samsung has now officially released the June security patch for all its tablets that had not yet received the SMR for last month. The list includes the Galaxy Tab S2, Tab S3, Tab 4 and Tab E, with their firmware versions being T715CZCU2CQF1, T825XXU1AQF3/T820XXU1AQF3 (Wi-Fi/Wi-Fi + LTE), T531XXU1AQD1 and T560NUUEU1BQF1 respectively.


In addition to the usual 96 fixes which the June update brings for all devices running on Android, this OTA patch will also tend to some of Samsung's unique bugs and fixes on these tablets. If you own any of these models, check your device now to see if you already have received a notification or manually confirm it from the settings menu just to be sure. As the reports coming in are varied and isn't exactly tied down to any particular region, you should be getting it within the next few days no matter where you are.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy S7 has just started to receive the Security Maintenance Release from Samsung in Netherlands. However, we are pretty sure that by the time you are reading this, it has already started rolling out in a few other locations as well. Unlike the 600MB August security patch which the Galaxy S8 received just a few days ago in a number of regions, this one is a very slim 23MB OTA package. Nevertheless, it still contains fixes for all 50 of Android's security fixes for the month, along with 12 of Samsung's own.

 

Although the initial report concerned the Galaxy S7, more recent reports are indicating that the same update is also rolling out for the Galaxy S7 Edge, which is good news. In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, a post by SamMobile notified us that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in Netherlands is yet to receive the August security update, which is strange, given that it's usually the latest flagship handsets that get the latest updates before any other handsets.

 

Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.

 

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



By now, anyone who is even mildly concerned with his/her smartphone's security, knows about the infamous BlueBorne attack and thankfully, Samsung has patched it on all its major handsets. In fact, Samsung had patched it with the August SMR even before Google released the official BlueBorne patch along with the September security update. Unfortunately, it had led many users to falsely believe that the new Note 8 was susceptible to the attack because it didn't have the September security update.


Now Verizon has also released the necessary patch to protect the Galaxy Note 4 against the BlueBorne threat with firmware version N910VVRU2CQI2, which will arrive on the handset via OTA. This also contains all other necessary security patches to keep the aging Note 4 safe from external threats. Just in case you are not aware what the BlueBorne threat is, know that it is a Bluetooth based hack which allows hackers to take control of any device with remote code execution via Bluetooth. Once the hacker gains access to the device, they can basically do anything from installing damaging codes to stealing private data stored on the smartphone.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



A lot of users on AT&T and T-Mobile are going to get a notification for updating their respective smartphones soon because both the networks have now released the October security update for multiple Samsung devices. According to the reports, the update is now live for the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy S7 Active on AT&T. The same patch is coming in for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on T-Mobile as well.


Firmware versions for the updates on their respective networks are as follows.


AT&T (All Updates Also Include the BlueBorne Patch)


Galaxy S6 - G920AUCS6EQJ1 (73MB)

Galaxy S6 Edge - G925AUCS6EQJ2 (62MB)

Galaxy S6 Edge+ - G928AUCS4EQJ1 (65MB)

Galaxy S7 Active - G891AUCS2BQJ4 (132 MB)

Galaxy Note 5 - N920AUCS4EQJ1 (67MB)


T-Mobile (All Update also Includes Fixes for the IMS Roaming and DIGITS bug)


Galaxy Note 5 - N920TUVU4EQJ3

Galaxy S6 Edge+ - G928TUVU4EQJ3


In case you are wondering why you have not received any notifications yet in spite of being on this list, that's probably because your phone belongs to one of the latter batches for the update. That basically means you will see the update any moment now, or it could take a few more days to reach your handset.


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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Samsung's update schedule regarding the monthly security updates have been a jumbled mess lately, but if you own a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge in the Netherlands, we have good news because the November security patch has just started rolling out to the two smartphones in the region. The OTA update will come in with firmware version G930FXXS1DQK1 if you have a S7 and firmware version G935FXXS1DQK1 for the S7 Edge. Both packages weigh in at around 20MB only, but that's to be expected, given that the only major flaw which it corrects is vulnerability to the Krack Wi-Fi hack.


In addition to the 61 fixes which Google detailed in the November patch, this month's update will also fix six of Samsung's own problems in the two smartphone's overlying user interface. Keep in mind that this update is live only for the unlocked versions of the two smartphones in the region and it will take a bit of time before the carrier versions get it.


Via: SamMobile


Head over to our firmware section to find all the latest available updates for your Samsung smartphones and tablets.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

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Android 9 Pie might very well be running smoothly on the Google Pixels, but a large number of the Android models have not even received Oreo unfortunately. The good news is that this is about to change for those who own a Galaxy J3 (2017), because Samsung has just started to push out the update to the handsets in Russia and UAE. If you are in any of the two countries, then the updates should arrive on your phone any minute now. In Russia, the firmware will have the version number J330FXXU3BRH1 and in the UAE, J330FXWU3BRG3 will make its way onto the J3 (2017) via OTA.



If you are wondering when the same update will arrive in your region, don't worry about it, because it's only a matter of days or weeks at worst. Seeing that the J3 (2017) is one of the low-tier phones in the J-series, this more or less confirms that all versions of the J5 (2017) and J7 (2017) will also be getting the Oreo upgrade.


Saikat Kar

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