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    Default New s4, should I install the new OTA update

    Hello all,

    Just got my new s4 last weekend and I am already in love with this phone!!! Coming from an s2 this phone is soooo amazing. I haven't even played with all of the features yet. So I was wondering if I should install the OTA update or just leave it how it is. The last time I installed an OTA update on my at&t s2 I ended up with crappy battery life I dont really see much lag with this phone so I'm wondering if I should just leave it as it is?? Any thoughts? Experiences with the new update??
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    Default Re: New s4, should I install the new OTA update

    I don't have one available for my 32gb AT&T GS4.

    Go to Settings>More>About device(at the bottom of the menu)>Software update(top of menu) and check to see is you have an update available.
    If you do it most likely is not the one talked about moving apps to the extsdcard.

    Yes, you should update to the latest to fix issues that have been discovered.
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    Default Re: New s4, should I install the new OTA update

    You probably have the 1st OTA update available to you. Install it, it takes care of the lag issues.
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