Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has started receiving Android 4.4.2 KitKat in the US. Last month, Sprint started rolling out the chocolaty update for the phablet, along with Verizon a few days back.
If you’re a U.S. Cellular customer in possession of the Galaxy Note 2, you be glad to find out the carrier has started rolling out the over-the-air Android 4.4.2 update for the handset.
The latest update bumps the version to R950VXUCNE2, and comes with the usual goodies that were introduced with the Android 4.4.2 Kitkat update.
The latest KitKat update comes with a number of visual tweaks, including white status bar icons, and more. In addition, it also features improved SMS capabilities, giving users the ability to select Hangouts as the default messaging app, as well as Samsung Knox, emoji and wireless printing support for the device. There’s an improved phone dialer, as well as a camera icon on the lockscreen so that you can quickly open the camera app and capture photos on your device.
The update is rolling out as we speak, but it may take a while for it to reach all devices. You shouldn’t worry too much, but if you’re impatient, you can keep on checking manually from the Settings app. If you’ve already received the update, let us know if it has improved the performance of your Note 2 or otherwise.
Source: US Cellular, Android Police
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