Samsung pushing out first software update for Canadian Galaxy S4

If you’re rocking a new Samsung Galaxy S4 device, you should look forward to your first over-the-air update pushed to your phone in the next day or so.

According to SamMobile, build I337MVLUAMDJ has been pushed to the Samsung Kies server, which is the first step towards network operators pushing it to their provisioning servers. While this is a small update, mostly to fix initial performance and stability issues, it’s relevant because the full ROM is now available for users to reload their software in case something goes awry down the line. This should also pave the way for better custom ROMs in the future.

SamMobile has all the carriers’ ROMs — Rogers, Bell, TELUS, SaskTel and others — available on its site, but you should be able to go to Settings/Software Update and install it when the build becomes available in the next few days. If you don’t want to wait that long, load Kies on your Windows or OS X and check for the new software that way.

Have you received the update yet on your phone? Let us know in the comments.

Source: SamMobile