Samsung Galaxy Note 3 getting Android 4.4.2 update on T-Mobile

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3US telecom operator T-Mobile has started rolling out Android 4.4.2 update for Galaxy Note 3 users on its network. The update is now available over-the-air and is 495MB in size.

Not much has changed on the UI front apart from the white status bar icons. The update however comes with KitKat specific features like Cloud Print support, Immersive mode, better multi-tasking, album art on lock-screen, camera icon on lock-screen and more.

In addition, Samsung has reportedly removed the benchmark boosting shenanigans from the phone with this update.

T-Mobile is the third US telecom operator to release the KitKat update for Note 3. US Cellular and Sprint have already released the update. We expect other telecom operators to start the update roll-out soon as well. (via)

T-Mobile to begin KitKat OTA update roll-out for LG G2 on March 6

In related news, T-Mobile has revealed that it will start rolling out Android 4.4.2 KitKat OTA update for LG G2 on March 6. The roll-out will continue until March 25, so you can get the update any day during this period.

According to the telco, the update include user-experience improvements, auto-brigtness, and the KitKat specific changes.

To manually check for the update go to Settings << General << About phone << Update center << System updates << Check now. (via)

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