Last week, Sprint was once again first out the gate with a KitKat update, this time for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Call it birthing pangs or whatever you want, but right before the S4 received the update, Samsung was nice enough to upload the KitKat source code to their site.
Today, Samsung is now providing the KitKat source for the SM-N900P, better known as Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Unless you’re device is rooted and you’re active in the Android ROM/hacking/development scene, this likely wont mean much to you.
Of course, if you’re one of those that sees signs, you might take this as a hint that the Note 3’s KitKat update will soon begin rolling out on Sprint, in which case — you might want to keep an eye out.
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