T-Mobile seems to be on a roll this week with updates. Earlier we saw the HTC 8X finally receive its GDR2 OS update along with new firmware and today, the Lumia 925 has received a minor OS bump from 10327 to 10328 along with new firmware, adjusting it from 1325 to 1330.
Since the Lumia 925 already shipped with Amber and GDR2 onboard, this update to 10328 is mostly related to carrier-related improvements and isolated bug fixes, though its exact contents are unclear at this time. Some users have reported some odd behavior on their 925’s, including occasional resets and even a “blue screen of death”, which is irrecoverable (we had this issue, though it seems very isolated). Also things like the soft keys not lighting up and Wi-Fi connectivity have been occasionally wonky, though overall, the Lumia 925 has been very reliable for our daily use.
Users can get the update by heading into Settings > Phone Update > Check for updates. You will need to be on Wi-Fi to grab the update with at least 50% battery level. The process could take up to 20 minutes as a backup is performed.
Currently, T-Mobile has no documentation on the update, though we’ll keep an eye out.
[Update: Support page is now up. It notes "...adds user experience improvements" as the changes]
As a side note, T-Mobile has dropped the upfront cost of the Lumia 925 from $49 to just $29, making the Lumia 925 an even more attractive purchase for new or upgrading customers.
Thanks, Shad0wguy, for the tip
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