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Bell, Rogers, Telus Galaxy S5 Lollipop Update G900W8VLU1BOB3 Released

Canadian Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900W8 Lollipop update has finally arrive! The official firmware released build version is G900W8VLU1BOB3  and its based in Android 5.0  has just recently rolled out Over-The-Air OTA update.  The Lollipop is now available to all Canadian carriers, including Rogers, Bell, Telus,  Wind, Mobilicity, Sasktel, Fido  and more.

The technical details of the G900W8VLU1BOB3 Android 5.0 Lollipop update can be read as follows:

  • Device: Samsung Galaxy S5
  • Model number: SM-G900W8
  • Android version: 5.0 (Lollipop OS)
  • Baseband version G900W8VLU1BOB3
  • Kernel version: 3.4.0-4100894
    Build date:  February 13, 2015
  • Build number: LRX21T.G900W8VLU1BOB3
  • SE for Android status Enforcing
  • AP: G900W8VLU1BOB3
  • CSC: G900W8OYA1BOB3
  • CP: G900W8VLUIBOB3

The Lollipop update  G900W8VLU1BOB3  itself weighs around 912 MB in size so just do a  manual check by going to your device settings. To manually check  its availability right now just simply tap your phone’s Settings>>About Device>>Check for Software Updates.
Just ensure that your Galaxy S5 G900W8 is still runs in official Android 4.4.2 G900W8VLU1ANF3 and has not been rooted or modified so you’ll get the official Android 5.0 G900W8VLU1BOB3 without any hiccups.

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Below are the step by step procedures on how you can update your Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900W8 to the official Android 5.0 Lollipop released build G900W8VLU1BOB3.

How to Update Galaxy S5 G900W8 to 5.0 Lollipop via Over-The-Air (OTA)

This is usually how the carrier branded or locked Samsung Galaxy S5, performs a software update.  This method is Firmware Update through over the air or called as OTA update, which most often  a notification message will directly sent to you from your network provider and notifies you that there is a new update available for download.  If you did not receive any notification messages you can manually check for the update instead.  Doing so you may only navigate on your Galaxy S5 SM-G900W8 Settings>>About Device, then tap Software Update.

  • Find “Software update”
  • Slide your finger down the display starting from the top edge of your mobile phone.
  • Tap the settings icon.
  • Tap About device.
  • Tap Software update.

It will automatically tells you that a new update is available or your software is up to date when there is none yet. You can simply tap install now when you want to perform an update or install later. The G900W8VLU1BOB3 Android 5.0 update is around 900+ MB in file size while updating via Over-The-Air (OTA) update.

How to Get the Lollipop Update using Kies

Samsung Galaxy S5 Kies Software update download

The second method is a firmware update through Samsung Kies. You may head-over to your  local Samsung support page from where you can download Samsung Kies from there, and install it in your Windows or Mac computer. Choose the new Kies 3 which supports the Galaxy S5 SM-G900W8 and other Samsung devices running from Android KitKat, and up to Lollipop OS .  Once you installed Kies 3, all you need is connect your Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900F to the computer using the USB cable, then simply run and follow Kies on-screen software update instructions.

Update: Samsung has officially puled the update due to an issue in the home button. The Lollipop update update is  being replaced with released build version G900W8VLU1BOC1.

8 thoughts on “Bell, Rogers, Telus Galaxy S5 Lollipop Update G900W8VLU1BOB3 Released”

  1. Need help… I have tried OTA, and have tried Kies, and says my Rogers S5 is up to date, on 4.4.2. Kies show that the firmware, and band info is the same. Not sure what to do, Rogers asked if I unlocked the phone third party, would that make a difference?

  2. I have the same problem on Fido. Currently on 4.4.2 and whenever I click check for update it says I already have the latest firmware. Connected to Kies3 on the pc and it doesn’t give an option to update to 5.0 lollipop either.

    1. same boat here. Contact samsung they said to contact service provider and i did that and they said its samsung. smh.

  3. Same boat here, both Samsung and bell direct you to each other
    Seem the only option maybe to perform a factory reset – will try this weekend and report back on here.

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