T-Mobile updates Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Android 4.4.2

T-Mobile updates Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to Android 4.4.2

Back in January, Samsung released Android 4.4.2 for the international version of the Galaxy Note 3. And today, T-Mobile decided to release the update for their variant of the Galaxy Note 3. If you are using a Note 3, then you will receive the notification soon. Or else you can also check your settings and update your phone manually.

0-Screenshot_2014-03-05-02-13-03-660x1173Although, you might not notice anything new in the interface, but the performance is improved. Anyway, are you using Note 3 from T-Mobile? Is it on 4.4.2 yet? Let us know in the comment box below.

Source: TmoNews

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3 Comments

  1. Richard Yarrell
    March 06, 00:11 Reply

    Changed permissions in Kitkat 4.4.2 means you WILL NO LONGER be able to enjoy FULL FUNCTIONALITY of your Sdcard.

    You will lose third party applications abilities also due to read/write permissions to.

    Bottom line people can ENJOY 4.4.2 KITKAT I personally don’t need RESTRICTIONS or LESS FUNCTIONALITY because of an update.

    NO THAN YOU. 4 3 jellybean is the MOST STABLE OPERATING SYSTEM ON ANDROID.

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