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[Update: OTA Captured!] Android 4.4.2 Now Rolling Out to the AT&T Galaxy Note 3
After initially shipping with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was promptly upgraded to official Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Naturally this update, which released in the middle of January, was intended at the International and un-branded version of the device. But some time went on, and we then saw the update appear on the Sprint variant, and then the T-Mobile device.
Now, the update has begun rolling out to the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The update comes in the form of software version N900AUCUCNC2, and as expected it brings the Android version to 4.4.2.
The 542 MB incremental OTA is currently being delivered in the form of a staged rollout, so your device may not yet receive the update immediately. And at this time, the update has not yet been captured and mirrored. However, we will update you as soon as the update has been uploaded for everyone’s sideloading pleasure.
Mash that check for updates button and then head over to the Android 4.4.2 update discussion thread to get in on the action. Also, be sure to stay tuned for when the update is inevitably mirrored.
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