We have seen Samsung rapidly roll out the Android 4.4.4 update for some of its devices and today it appears to be the Sprint Galaxy S5′s turn. The update was released this morning and it should start making its way to the CDMA edition of Samsung’s flagship smartphone shortly. The Sprint Galaxy S5 Android 4.4.4 update is incremental and it brings a host of important bug fixes and security improvements, apart from support for Sprint’s international Wi-Fi calling feature. It also adds an icon for HD voice.
For quite some time now Android users have had the ability to stream content from their mobile devices to their Roku set-top boxes however the company today announced the release of a new feature that puts it at par with devices that support mirroring with either Chromecast or Miracast. The Roku Screen Mirroring feature has been released in beta today for Windows 8.1 and Android devices, it is available for users around the world and will allow them to mirror anything and everything from their device to the Roku 3 and Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI Version).