Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S4 gets an update including Knox 2.0 and improved connectivity options. Even if Galaxy S4 is not getting a new version of Android, that doesn’t mean it’s not getting some updates to make it look good too. According to the new update, the device users should see a more reliable messaging app, consistent voicemail and stronger Bluetooth connections.
The update also brings ISIS Wallet (in its new name Softcard) and Knox 2.0 along with Side Sync Call Forwarding Framework and Kids Mode Stub, a parental control option for managing phone usage. You get extra Cancel and Apply buttons on your Home Screen Mode as well. It appears that the keyboard is transitioning better when it is removed from the desktop dock station.
The update version number is KOT49H.I54VRUFNG6. Verizon may be taking its time in rolling out the OTA update so, if you haven’t received yours yet, stay put and wait for it.
Source: Verizon Wireless support pdf
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