The firmware update would make a lot of people happy indeed !!!
Fingerprint sensors initially came on board Samsung, with the giant’s latest and best device, the Galaxy S5. Even though many other smart phones came with this feature previously, the Galaxy S5 is the only one that is compatible with PayPal’s authorization system, FIDO. Still this new feature was such that it could easily be overlooked and it did not go unnoticed by Samsung, which has a firmware update for its international variation of the device, SM-G900F. This update seems to increase the overall accuracy too.
The firmware update, G900FXXU1ANE2, improves the precision of the feature. It does not stop with that. The camera and interface components seem to have been enhanced, with the camera and gallery opening quicker than before. This feature goes well with the S5’s 16MP rear camera with 0.3 second autofocus. This could be a thing to celebrate for Samsung fans, granting them better user experience if they decide to use the S5’s ISOCELL camera.
This update to the firmware goes deeper than that. It offers some vital performance refinements and better RAM management. It is highly possible that this update incorporates usual fixes too. Though there have been many other updates previously, G900FXXU1ANE2 is the first one in May which Samsung S5 receives.
The update is available for consumers, both through the in device updater and through Kies, Samsung’s desktop companion suite. It may take time for your device to progress on the queue though. You could anytime flash your firmware and manually download the update if you wish from the internet.