Last month, AT&T released the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for its Galaxy S4, and the next in line is the uncarrier, T-Mobile.
After Samsung Galaxy Note 3, T-Mobile has started the roll out of the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the Samsung Galaxy S4. The update is available over-the-air and via Kies as well.
The update is sized at 388MB and will update the software version to M919UVUFNB4. It brings a bunch of new features including the goodies found inside the Android 4.4 KitKat, including restyled white status bar icons, messaging improvements with the ability to select Hangouts as the default SMS/MMS app, and more. In addition, the update brings improved keyboard, and adds a new camera icon on the lock screen for quick access.
To get the update, make sure you’re running M919UVUEMK2 software version, and most importantly, you’re device shouldn’t be rooted. It’s also recommended that you update your device over WiFi as the update is a little large, and have at least 50 percent battery before you begin.
The update process is gradual so it may take a few days for the update to reach the devices. Alternatively, you can manually check for the update from the Settings app or by connecting your device to Kies. Let us know if you received the update. We’re hoping it will not wreck havoc as the previous Android 4.3 update that brought more problems then improvements.
Source: T-MobileFiled Under: Android News, Top News