Samsung rolls out Android 4.4.2 Kitkat update

Today Samsung has revealed their plan to update one whole heck of a lot of smartphones to Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

They have not been entirely specific about when each of these devices will be getting said update, but their news blast suggests that they’re preparing essentially their entire 2013 lot of devices for the next wave.
This update includes Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Samsung’s own enhancements in tow.

This update comes with a new Location Menu - an element which allows users to have a tap on GPS, Wi-fi, and mobile data while checking app usage to make sure batteries don’t run down whilst navigating. This update also works with an enhanced messaging suite - here you’ll be able to choose between Messages or Hangouts (from Google+) as their default messaging app, selecting from a collection of Emoji for fun chatter therein.
Finally this update will bring on a set of new Google Mobile Service (GSM) apps for automatic back up of photos and videos. This includes working with Google Drive and Google+, allowing you to upload, open, view, rename, share, and so forth with Google Docs and files.

The full collection of devices that’ll be updated is as follows:
• Galaxy Note 3
• Galaxy Note II
• Galaxy S 4
• Galaxy S 4 mini
• Galaxy S 4 Active
• Galaxy S 4 zoom
• Galaxy S III
• Galaxy S III mini
• Galaxy Mega
• Galaxy Light
• Galaxy Note 8.0
• Galaxy Tab 3
• Galaxy Note 10.1
• Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition

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