AT&T’s Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy S5 Active and LG G2 Lollipop update rolling out now

Mobile Companies are too busy in rolling out Android Lollipop update these days. AT&T itself rolling Android Lollipop update to three devices- Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy S5 Active and LG G2. So, if you purchased any one device listed here, then get ready to get the taste of Lollipop firmware.

AT&T Galaxy Alpha is the first device to get the Lollipop update where it seems that Verizon and T-Mobile users have to wait for a while. On the other hand, Galaxy S5 Active and LG G2 users based on Verizon and T-Mobile already got the Lollipop. So now its time for the AT&T carriers to update their devices.

For AT&T Galaxy Alpha, the update is about 1GB in size and makes the device runs on Android 5.0.2 with build number LRX22G.G850AUCU1BOC6. The Lollipop update removes the SoftCard app permanently and gives the new features of Lollipop firmware.

Coming to Galaxy S5 Active, the update size is about 1.4GB and brings the version 5.0 with build number LRX21T.G870AUCU1BOC5.

The AT&T LG G2 has download size of 725MB and brings the Android version 5.0.2 and software version D80030f. The Lollipop update removes certain apps namely Browser Bar, Famigo, AT&T Code Scanner and Beats Music.

The users of the above listed smartphone can check for updating by going to Settings > About Phone > Software updates.

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