AT&T temporarily shuts down Galaxy S4's Android 4.3 update -- report

The company's update is reportedly suffering from some issues, though the nature of those problems has yet to be revealed.

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AT&T has taken down its Galaxy S4 Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) update, according to a new report.

Android Police on Monday reported that the carrier has taken down the update to address "issues." Neither AT&T nor Samsung revealed what those problems are, according to Android Police, but did say that they're examining "potential improvements."

CNET has not independently confirmed the Galaxy S4 update has been put on hold. CNET has, however, contacted both AT&T and Samsung for comment, and we will update this story when we have more information.

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