Android KitKat is going to Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Note 3 via an OTA update rolling out to devices in UK, US and different countries.
The update is finally available for two of Samsung’s popular devices up to level with the newest release of Android version 4.4.2, which currently rules about 2.5 percent of the world’s Android devices.
According to those from UK users on forums, Samsung’s catch on KitKat hasn’t produced many changes but does increase battery life and now adds a camera shortcut on the block screen.
Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note 3 owners that haven’t gotten the update automatically can utilize Samsung’s Kies desktop application manually to find for an update.
The KitKat update for picked Samsung devices appears as HTC go on to roll out issues that caused it to pull its KitKat update for HTC One devices last week. The rollout hasn’t been renewed.
In US, T-Mobile began running out KitKat to its Galaxy S4 subscribers. Important improvements include good on screen keyboard and increased stability. The 388MB update makes the device height to Android version 4.4.2/Baseband M919UVUFNB4 version.
Samsung announced last month a few key changes that US users could anticipate as it outlined which Galaxy devices would receive Android 4.4.2.
Key changes include an integrated location menu that permits users quickly to activate GPS, mobile networks and wi-fi, at the same time that checking the battery usage of apps covering location service capacities; enhanced messaging that enables users picking between Messages or Hangouts as their favorite default messaging form, and choosing from a wider variety of updated Emoji symbols; enhanced Google Mobile Service (GMS) apps, through which users can automatically back up photos or video and can initiate, view, rename and share Google Docs or other files.