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Does anyone know what AppCloud is?  I just had that install itself on my S10.

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Anyone having problems updating the YouTube app on your phone?  My update gets to about 50% download then stops.  I've tried clearing the data for the Google store app and restarting my phone.

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New update this morning.. though it keeps the same April security level. Maybe modem update?

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April update? My S10+ got the May update

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Could be worse. My LG V50 still on January.

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Yeah, can anybody figure out what this update does?!

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Could be worse. My LG V50 still on January.
Gross

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Well it is LG

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The May security update is out.

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1) Has anyone here been switched over to the T-Mobile network as their primary like the S20 users?

2) Has anyone had any issues with getting the Samsung Band Selector app to function now (it did work previously)?

I am just trying to see what T-Mobile is doing with Sprint phones, which appears to be without users permissions.  Fine if you like in an area with great T-Mobile service.  Not so good if t-Mobile is mediocre where you need it while Sprint is great or you have a very functional Magicbox or Airave.

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