T-Mobile’s working hard to change its reputation for rolling out software updates late. At least, it is with the Samsung Galaxy device range. The latest device on the fine magenta carrier to get Android 5.1.1 is last year’s divisive Galaxy S5.  From today, T-Mobile customers rocking the “Band Aid phone” will be able to download and install the latest public Android version.  T-Mo is yet to update the phone’s support page with the info, but SamMobile has the scoop.

“….you can expect to see performance improvements, support for RAW and lower ISO values if you’re using a third-party camera app that makes use of Lollipop’s camera API, and a slew of bug fixes.

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S5 you should see an update become available OTA at some point in the next few days. Be sure to check your settings for updates, or try the Samsung Kies PC/Mac software.

As always, be sure to let us know if and when you get the update installed. If you spot anything new, good or bad, hit us up in the comments.

Via: SamMobile

Tags: Android Lollipop, Galaxy S5, News/Articles, samsung, Software Updates

About Cam Bunton

Cam Bunton, Managing Editor. A film school graduate from the University of Cumbria, UK, Cam’s past life was in mobile phone retail. His passion for cell phones got him in to that industry, and then in to this one. A family man with three kids, he somehow manages to balance his work duties with family life and a runaway Twitter addiction. Follow him on twitter: @CamBunton

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