Now that the first shipments of AT&T’s Galaxy S5 are beginning to arrive at people’s doors, we are receiving reports from disgruntled customers that the “download booster” feature, which Samsung touted at the launch event in Barcelona, is completely missing from Big Blue’s variant.
For those unaware, this functionality allows you to combine your Wi-Fi and LTE connections during downloads of files larger than 30 MB. The idea is that part of the file downloads over each connection interface, resulting in vastly improved download speeds over what would be achievable by each one individually.
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PSA: Samsung’s ‘Download Booster’ Feature Is Missing From AT&T’s Galaxy S5 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.