The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4.2 update for the international variant was already made available for download a few days ago, but now we get to take a look at a leaked build that it’s intended for the AT&T variant of the phablet.
Since the Android 4.4.2 N900AUCECMLG Update for AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has leaked online, it means that the US carrier might made it available for download officially in the near future. We are glad to hear that at least one of the US carriers is focusing on delivering software updates soon after their were made available for the international version of the smartphone, as we are accustomed to see the US operators be at least one or two months behind the schedule.
If you’re thinking that the Android 4.4.2 N900AUCECMLG Update for AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will bring any significant changes, then you will be disappointed. Aside of white status icons, transparent status bar, Printing option in Settings, and the new KitKat immersive mode, the changes are almost zero.
The AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4.2 N900AUCECMLG update doesn’t seem to be the final build that will be rolled out by the US carrier, therefore we are advising you to proceed with caution. The build leaked online courtesy of XDA Developers member designgears and it’s worth mentioning that it has a size of 1.5 GB.
If you want to know how to flash Android 4.4.2 N900AUCECMLG leaked build on your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3, please check this XDA Developers thread. For those who don’t recognize what you’re doing, we’re advising you to attend except the legitimate replace is being rolled out with the aid of AT&T.