OTA rolling out over the coming days, or you can manually check
AT&T's Galaxy S4 has a KitKat update ready and waiting, and AT&T says it should be available starting February 26 — which is today!
The update will push to you automagically over the next few days if you like, or if you're the type who just isn't about to wait for an update, you can check for it manually via your device settings. Make sure you're on Wifi and have at least 50 percent charge on your battery. AT&T doesn't mention availability via Kies, but it might be worth trying as well.
The update brings the Galaxy S4 to Android version 4.4.2, and has a few other notable changes:
- Samsung Galaxy Gear compatibility
- Drag and drop to uninstall or disable applications
- Call reliability improvements
Often times these updates start right away on their projected date, so now is the time to check. If you get it, be sure to holler out with your experience.
Source: AT&T. Thanks, everyone who sent this in!
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