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AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 gets OTA to Android 5.0.2 – see the changes here

AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is getting an update to Android 5.0.2 today and plenty mid-range tablet users are bound to be happy. Most of the super-premium tablets on the market are already in on the Lollipop madness, and now it’s time for the less expensive handsets to get the same treatment.


Galaxy Tab s



Here’s the official changelog for the OTA:

  • Android 5.0.2 Operating System update which includes Lollipop 5.0and the additional enhancements.
    • “Quick Settings” updated
    • Additional animations
    • Improved notifications
    • Device Protection

Just to be sure your data will not get deleted, you should back it all up on a SD card, a PC and save your app info too.

In order to download the OTA you will need access to a Wi-Fi connection, and indeed you should, as the update is 1.1GB in size. You will need that much free space on your device to be able to download it too.

If you changed something on your software, the update could turn out to be a fail. You should also allow up to 7 days for the update to reach your device as we all know AT&T is taking its sweet time to reach all of its devices out there.

Source: AT&T

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 from Verizon gets OTA to Lollipop

Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 recently got its update to Android Lollipop via an OTA. The device is finally getting its update to Android 5.0.2 and it gets to software version T707VVRU1BOD4.




Even if this may not be the most exciting news ever – what with Android M news abounding and all – it shows that older or cheaper devices have not been completely forgotten and they are getting support.

There are still thousands of devices out there on the market that would love an update to Lollipop and few of them will get theirs before the launch of the newest Google-branded OS so this is good news.

Source: Samsung via AndroidPolice

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 gets official CyanogenMod support with a nightly

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 finally gets official CyanogenMod support. The new nightlies are destined to the WiFi version of the tablet with the codename klimtwifi.


Samsung Galaxy Tab 2


Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is already one year and a half old now, which means it will be easier to find on sale or on a good deal than the fresh flagships and devices of 2015. Usually, if you are willing to flash and run custom ROMs on a device for the first, second or n-th time, you may want to pick cheaper device where your financial investment is much lower.

You may as well be tired of TouchWiz, which makes this nightly all the more appealing. You can download TWRP while you’re at it, it will help you a lot. You can find the nightly link in the source link.

Source: CyanogenMod