Android Police on Monday pronounced that the service has taken down the update to handle “concerns.” Neither AT&T nor Samsung published what these problems are, in step with Android Police, but did say that they are analyzing “doable improvements.”
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CNET has no longer independently proven the Galaxy S4 replace has been put on hang. CNET has, however, contacted each AT&T and Samsung for comment, and we will be able to replace this story when now we have more information.