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Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) Now Receiving Kit Kat

If you happen to own the incredibly pricey Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) on Verizon, get ready to throw yourself a little Kit Kat party. Big Red approved the update over the weekend to bring your LTE-equipped tablet up to Android 4.4.2, software version KOT49H.P605VVRUCNC2.

The update includes things like Immersive Mode, faster multi-tasking, cloud print services, and a multi-user mode so that you can setup user accounts and permissions as needed.

Samsung also fixed a delay in opening S-Note, a flickering issue in Chrome, the access limit for enforcing PIN or Pattern attempts, and more.

Let us know if you see anything extra fun in the update. 


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Via:  Verizon
  • This is awesome topic about the Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1; I’ve already read about this phone and upcoming ones here http://www.new-phones-coming-out.net/2014/01/New-Verizon-phones-coming-out-in-2014.html

  • Tom Bryant

    The WiFi version got it as well. I don’t know when it rolled out, as I had my tablet off for about a week and yesterday got the pushed update. Not seeing a big difference here…

  • lesprince

    I have the WIFI version of the Note 10.1 (2014) and I just got KITKAT last night 4/27/14, I was getting ready for bed and a system update message was flashing on my screen and it was KitKat and I feel like it has made a big improvement in the performance, feels like a new tablet. I was considering selling it before because I wasn’t very impressed with the performance but now I think I may keep it.

  • b_to_the_randon

    Don’t worry Verizon, I’m thrilled to be the my Note 3 can be the last Samsung device from 2013 to get KitKat! FFS..

    • Justin

      Even better, looks like the 2 year old Sprint Galaxy S3 should be getting KitKat 4.4.2 (build L710VPUDND8) pretty soon, most likely before Verizon pushes the Note 3 KitKat update. Thanks so much Verizon! It was annoying the Note 2 has already started receiving it… Now the S3? Will those Tizen powered Gear 2’s become dual booting and get a KitKat update before the Verizon Note 3? Do we just need to wait for that now too?

  • Franny

    Kit Kat coming to the Note 3 TBD!

  • darthmacintosh

    Okay so I own a 10.1 note 2014 Verizon. I just using it wifi only though. Not paying for it. Can I still get the update over wifi? Or does it have to be pushed by big red?

    • darthmacintosh

      okay so this is just an update I wasn’t seeing any software updates and then I went and activated it with Verizon online immediately as soon as I activated it downloaded the new KitKat

  • Aaron

    Ok, lets try this…..I command you Verizon not to release kitkat for the Note 3 this Friday. Maybe reverse psychology will work on Verizon 😛

  • Guest

    Running the same build as the leaked Note 3 firmware?

    • Justin

      I’ve heard the Note 3 on Verizon should see a OTA build ending in ND4 or something very close. But when??? :-

  • Medicdad73

    Verizon can kiss my a$$, I got the Note 10.1 regular (I-925) and I have been waiting for awhile for Kit Kat, clearly they have their priorities jacked up

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      You can’t buy a carrier version of a tablet then complain about updates. Verizon doesn’t care.

  • Havoc70

    DAMNIT Verizon. NOTE 3 already !!!!!

  • T4rd

    Congrats to the 7 people that bought it!

    • KleenDroid

      I purchased a Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 and love it!

      • T4rd

        From Verizon?

  • hfoster52

    Note 3 – Still waiting Verizon.

    • Justin

      Maybe tomorrow 🙂

      • hkklife

        More like 5-6 weeks from now.

      • hfoster52

        I have heard May 2nd from somewhere.

        • Justin

          The leaked document was for the galaxy S4 and it pushed out early, maybe the same for the Note 3 🙂

    • Tom Bryant

      Note 3 on Sprint running 4.4.2

  • hyperbeatser

    lol, who actually holds their tablet portrait?

    • hfoster52

      Only when I read a long article (Or Droid-Life Comments) so I don’t have to keep scrolling and if it will fit that way.

    • Tony Byatt

      Depends on the size…

      I’m sure most hold a 7″ or 8″ in portrait…

      But 10″+, probably not so much…

    • Maxim∑

      iPad users..

      • T4rd

        Well it’s a bit less cumbersome with a 4:3 tab too.

    • hyperbeatser

      I’m merely eluding to the changelog picture, I know some tablets are meant to be used in portrait…