Samsung Galaxy S4 users on T-Mobile are in store for a treat today, as the company has started rolling out the upgrade to Android 4.4.2. That brings us up to baseband version M919UVUFNB4, which doesn’t really bring us a whole lot of changes compared to the upgrade from Android 4.2 to 4.3.
Alongside typical KitKat goodness, you’re also getting improved stability, a new camera shortcut on the lock screen, and an improved on-screen keyboard. Thankfully there are a couple of different options for grabbing this upgrade.
You can opt to download it over-the-air, though that’s a hefty 388MB upgrade that you’ll want to make sure you’re on WiFi for. You’ll also want to have a good charge in your battery before attempting to pull it down — about 50% is good, if you can get it there.
Otherwise, users can also opt to grab the upgrade through Samsung Kies. Note that you must be on fully stock firmware that isn’t rooted before being able to pull it down. Need full instructions? This page will get you situated. Report back and let us know how everything is going for you once you’ve taken the update for a good spin.
[via T-Mobile, Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]
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