Android 4.4.2 KitKat update has been making into number of Samsung handsets which includes phablet Galaxy Note 2 that runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean when it was launched back August 2012.
If you’re wondering if there will be technicalities on implementing the update, iDigital Times has just provided methods on how you can manually install KitKat from your second-gen or GT-N7100 Note 2. This update will bring features such as “cloud printing, NFC tap-to-pay support, all-white icons within the status bar, full screen album art and the inclusion of a camera shortcut on lockscreen.”
If ever you’ve encountered issues, you can join Android Central forum to get support from expert members of the community.
Apparently, though Sammy’s putting efforts on updating its devices with newer OS, competitions are already rolling out Android 4.4.3 and Android 4.4.4 KitKat to their devices. If you’ll be vigilant enough, this may significantly affects the company’s 3-consecutive quarters of profit losses as users tends to have their devices updated and enjoying new features with updated mobile OS, something comparable to iOS’s rollouts.
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