Owners of AT&T-branded Galaxy S5 devices should be receiving an update this evening with no real new features, but plenty of bloat to keep them company. Although, if you’ve been facing some bugs on the current build of KitKat 4.4.2, you may find yourself a fix in this release.

Firmware version G900AUCU2AND3 brings four new apps from AT&T — Yellow Pages, Lookout, Find My Mobile, and Reactivation Lock.

In terms of bug-fixes, the recent apps button has been fixed in some cases, according to the XDA Senior Member who received the OTA.

If you end up grabbing the update on accident, don’t worry, you’ll be able to revert to a previous firmware build —  all you have to do is hop through the via link down below to find out how.

Source: AT&T
Via: xda-developers

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