We have seen Samsung rapidly roll out the Android 4.4.4 update for some of its devices and today it appears to be the Sprint Galaxy S5′s turn. The update was released this morning and it should start making its way to the CDMA edition of Samsung’s flagship smartphone shortly. The Sprint Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 update is incremental and it brings a host of important bug fixes and security improvements, apart from support for Sprint’s international Wi-Fi calling feature. It also adds an icon for HD voice.
Sprint subscribers who have been using a Galaxy S5 since April have been stuck on Android 4.4.2. Samsung did release another incremental update in between, Android 4.4.3, but it never made its way to this particular model. All of the behind-the-scenes improvements which were made in this update come part and parcel of Android 4.4.4.
It is highly likely that Sprint is rolling out the update in stages which is why you would want to be a bit patient if the Android 4.4.4 update doesn’t immediately pop up. If it hasn’t already it should make its way to your device within the next couple of days at most.