AT&T has confirmed that if a GS4 Active owner brings in a model with water damage and the it shows no signs of physical abuse it will allow to exchange it once for a working replacement.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 update, currently rolling out to Galaxy S 4 users over the Verizon, Sprint and AT&T networks. The 350MB+ update allows use of the microSD to store apps (for Sprint and AT&T), fixes glitches and adds other enhancements.
Verizon Update PC/Mac Only
Verizon requires the Software Update Assistant (SUA) that verifies whether your device has the most recent software. When a software update is available and your device is connected to a PC or Mac with a USB cable, the SUA provides an option to install the most recent device software. Please make sure your battery is fully charged, and you are receiving a strong Verizon Wireless or Wi-Fi signal before beginning your software update. The Verizon changelog shows many glitch fixes.
Jump to new upgrades without ETFs for $10 a month. T-Mobile's new Un-carrier twist is Jump!, which enables people to upgrade their phones when they want, up to twice a year as soon as six months from enrollment without an upgrade fee. It begins July 14 along with a new $100 a month family plan. To illustrate how smartphone owners hate to wait, those who share their #Hate2Wait stories on Facebook and Twitter could be a winner of one of 730 Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphone prizes from T-Mobile(see exact entry details below).
Google has started shipping the Google Editions of the Galaxy S4 and HTC One reported Android Central. When shipped on July 9, many expect delivery on July 10.
These versions remove some of the proprietary HTC and Samsung software and replace it with stock Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.