Update Galaxy S4 LTE to XXUBMGA Android 4.2.2 Official Update

Rafia Shaikh
Posted Jul 27, 2013
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The latest Android official update for Samsung Galaxy S4 was already received by SGS4 users in Spain and Nordic countries. Rest of Europe too may now be able to update their unbranded Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE devices to the latest official build XXUBMGA Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

This latest update was released in Spain and Nordic countries several days ago; the update has focused more on slight improvements and enhancements and has not introduced any major changes. Some lag issues have been fixed and there are also improvements seen on the camera of Galaxy S4 LTE i9505.

XXUBMGA I9505 official update details:

Model: Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9505

Countries: Spain, Nordic countries, Germany, United Kingdom, Austria, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Baltic countries, Poland, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Hungary, and more!

Version: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

Carrier: unbranded / unlocked, SIM free

PDA: I9505XXUBMGA

CSC: I9505OXXBMG3

MODEM: I9505XXUBMGA

Changelist: 1081224

Build date: 11th July, Thursday, 2013

The latest XXUBMGA update is now live and available to be downloaded on all the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE devices across Europe over the air, as the European Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE receives XXUBMGA 4.2.2 official update today. You can also update Galaxy S4 LTE to XXUBMGA Android 4.2.2 official update using the Samsung KIES, connecting your Galaxy S4 i9505 to your computer.

Take the prerequisite steps cautiously; as we always mention. Charge up your Galaxy S4 to the maximum – or at least 70% – before upgrading it to the latest official update. Also, your device must not be rooted to be updated via these official methods of OTA and Samsung KIES. If you do go ahead, you will lose the root of your phone; which of course can be rooted again.

Relevant reads: Chainfire Tool to Root Galaxy S4 with Leaked Android 4.3How to Root XXUBMG5 Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on Galaxy S4 I9505.

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