Sprint has begun the Android 4.4.4 rollout for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet. The update brings along the customary bug squashing including the fix of an Open SSL related vulnerability. Users will also see a new HD voice icon in their app drawer as well as an update to Kids Mode, Knox 2.0 and the ability to make WiFi calls internationally.
The update has reportedly begun seeding over the weekend, so chances are that it’s already making its way to smartphones by now. Make sure you check the settings to pull the update manually, especially if the notification hasn’t landed on your device yet.
From the looks of it, this doesn’t appear to be a major update, so you can get it downloaded and installed in no time. Sprint isn’t usually the quickest when it comes to rolling out updates, but it’s good to see that the carrier has wasted no time in sending out the update to Samsung’s premier flagship from 2013.
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Via: Android and Me