Samsung has finally started pushing out Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware update (build I317UCUCNE5) to its Galaxy Note 2 (SGH-I317) users on AT&T carrier network. This update is being rolled out as an OTA package (weighing over 500MB), so you might have to wait for a few days before it hits your device.
I317UCUCNE5 Android 4.4.2 – Changelog
Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware update brings a slew of feature enhancements alongside the usual KitKat goodies. Here’s the official changelog that comes with this firmware update.
- Revamped Lockscreen with new media controls and camera shortcuts.
- In case multiple SMS & MMS apps are present – all the conversations now appear in one app.
- Full-screen view of photos, videos, maps, and other visual content.
- Translucent navigation and status bars with streamlined icons.
- Expanded Emojis.
- Wireless printing support over Wifi & Bluetooth.
- Added platform support for secured NFC-based transactions.
- Preloaded Beats Music.
- Consolidated location settings.
- Enhanced storage access framework for intuitive file-management over different document storage providers.
- Video Player closed captioning option now available in Settings > My device > Accessibility > Google subtitles (CC)/Samsung subtitles (CC).
- Custom sounds for Samsung apps option now available in Setting > My Device > Sound > Samsung applications.
As mentioned earlier, this OTA update will take some time to reach you. You can force-check updates by navigating through Settings → More → About phone → Software updates → Check for Software Updates. Alternatively, you can grab this update file through Samsung KIES on your PC.
Enjoy the new OS!
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