Alright folks here it is, the first update to the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S5 is now rolling out OTA. The update is a rather small one, weighing in at 46.73MB, the update doesn’t seem to add any new features or changes but it does add two new uninstallable apps. Yellow Pages and Lookout Mobile Security are the two new apps you will find on your S5 after the update and like I said, the apps are completely uninstallable so you are stuck with even more bloatware.
Don’t be mad at Samsung for these two more apps, the apps are part of AT&T’s standard set of bloatware that they put on almost all of their devices. While you can skip this update in order to avoid getting these two apps added to your S5 against your will it will not do any good. The next update, which will more than likely be the update to Android 4.4.3, will also include these two apps in the package.
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