T-Mobile USA’s Amaze 4G isn’t the only Android device on America’s fourth largest carrier receiving a software bump Monday. T-Mobile will begin rolling out software version T989UVLDE today, which will bring a plethora of fixes to Samsung’s Galaxy S II. It may not be the Android 4.0 update that many of you have been craving, but bug fixes are always welcome. If you’re curious about what this update brings to the table, check out the changelog below.
- Random reboot/power off fixed
- Device stability improvements
- Qualcomm chip patch
- Google Security fixes
You’ll need at least 50 percent battery life to apply the update, as well as a solid Wi-Fi or data connection. After a successful download and install, feel free to drop a comment below letting us know how this new software is treating you and your Galaxy S II.
[via: T-Mobile USA]