Android 4.4.2 KitKat hitting Galaxy Note 3 international variant

Android 4.4.2 KitKat hitting Galaxy Note 3 international variant

Samsung is pushing out its the latest update, KitKat 4.4.2, to the Galaxy Note 3.  It includes a host of UI changes along with some performance enhancements to keep your tablet, I mean phone, running smooth!

The update is currently only available in Poland via Samsung Kies, however more countries are being pushed out soon.  Now remember, this is for the unlocked international variant, so if you think your updates are coming to your carrier based Note 3, well you are at the mercy of your specific carrier.

Changes:

  • Music album art shows on the lock-screen while music is playing
  • A camera shortcut is now displayed on the lock-screen
  • New emojis support
  • Select between the stock messaging app or Hangouts for SMS and MMS
  • Select between TouchWiz or other launchers through settings
  • Wireless printing
  • Updated Google apps
  • Updated Galaxy Gear Manager brings improved connectivity and better email options

Source: Phandroid

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8 Comments

  1. scoote r
    January 14, 13:36 Reply

    Will the camera lock screen shortcut be available with a pin lock?

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