AT&T rolls out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for Samsung's Galaxy S5

Earlier this month, Google began rolling out the latest version of its Android OS to some of its Nexus phones and tablets, and other firms have also started outlining plans to upgrade their devices.

But while Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now available to manufacturers and carriers around the world, many continue to drag their feet in upgrading eligible devices to earlier Android versions that have already been around for months.

AT&T has finally got around to releasing Android 5.1.1 - the most recent Lollipop build, which was actually compiled over six months ago - for the Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900A).

The new firmware (G900AUCU4COI5) brings the usual range of bug fixes, improvements and new features that the standard Android 5.1.1 build includes, and also adds Android for Work support, a "fix to Ultra Power Saver mode for devices using On Device Encryption", and various security updates.

Better late than never?

Source: AT&T via SamMobile

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