T-Mobile US has began to roll out the latest Android 4.4 KitKat firmware update for its Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones, starting from March 10, 2014.
We have received the news from our readers first, and when we checked the official website (check the source link), we have more information about the firmware update.
T-Mobile posted in its Galaxy S4 support page:
Beginning March 10, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 will have a software update to Android version 4.4.2/ Baseband M919UVUFNB4 via Over-the-Air (OTA), manual pull-down, or Samsung Kies over Wi-Fi only. This optional update will change the OS to KitKat.
The software update is available for your smartphone, both via OTA (Over The Air) and via Samsung KIES. However, this update package has the file size of 388MB and make sure you use the stable Wi-Fi before starting downloading via OTA.
No Changelog has been provided by T-Mobile, but the Android 4.4.2 for the Galaxy S4 is said to bring more stability, enhanced on-screen keyboard and a new camera shortcut on the lock screen, in addition to the standard KitKat features. If you have managed to update your smartphone, please let us know your reviews in the comments field below.
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