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While T-Mobile is trying to eliminate fees, AT&T has no problems hiking or introducing new ones. Starting August 1st AT&T is set to increase their upgrade fees for subsidized customers to $45, which is $5 more than what it is right now.
We’re not sure why, but AT&T has halted the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for their first gen Moto X. The news was posted to the company’s online support page, and no other information was provided.
It’s only a day late (well, sort of), but the HTC One M9 on AT&T is now officially receiving Android 5.1 Lollipop as promised. The update — software version 2.6.502.16 — is almost 1GB in size, so make sure you’re connected to WiFi before pulling it.
To say that diehard Android enthusiasts are serious about rooting their devices would be an understatement. Just take a look at LG G4 owners on XDA who together have raised more than $2,000 to anyone who can root the Verizon or AT&T variants of the device.
Fresh off the grill, the HTC One M9 has received technical approval for Android 5.1 Lollipop on AT&T, which means a rollout should be soon underway. The update has already the Sprint variant, along with the Developer Edition only a few weeks back.
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is picking up a quick OTA update today. This one brings it from firmware OE9 to OF3, and the changelog isn’t very large.
Reports from earlier this month that BlackBerry would soon launch a full fledged Android-powered smartphone are looking up. Ex-tipster who still occasionally tips/confirms new devices @Evleaks tweeted earlier today that a device called the BlackBerry Venice is headed to AT&T later this year.
The Moto X 2014 (2nd Gen) is now receiving Android 5.1 through AT&T. The update is pretty sizable at 508MB, so you’re going to want to connect to WiFi before you try downloading.
AT&T seems to have ended up on the FCC’s naughty list. The company has been served with a $100 million fine for misleading unlimited data consumers.
AT&T’s Nexus 6 is receiving a nice upgrade today. The company has started rolling out Android 5.1.1, the latest stable version of our beloved operating system. The update isn’t known to bring any huge changes aside from some of the maintenance stuff going on under-the-hood, but it should lead to overall improved system stability and […]
Heads-up: the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active is now available from AT&T both online and in-store. It’s a rugged version of Samsung’s 2015 Samsung Galaxy S6, if you haven’t caught on by now.
The LG G4 on AT&T has received a software update over-the-air, but unlike most updates, this one installed all on its own. If you’re curious to know what changed, we have the deets in our post.
Samsung leaked the details on their site and AT&T even teased the phone on Twitter, but now it’s 100% official: this is the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active, and it’s headed to store shelves in time for summer fun.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Active has been leaked so many times, it’s pretty much a sure thing at this point. The only thing we don’t know is when it’ll launch which, according to AT&Ts latest tweet, could be any day now.
AT&T has a new budget phone that doesn’t look that bad on paper. It’s the LG Escape 2, a $180 curved smartphone with a curved 4.7-inch 720p display.