Last week Android 4.4 KitKat began pushing out to the Note 10.1 2014 Edition in North America and several other markets across the globe. At the time, the update was only for the Wi-Fi variant, though we noted that the 3G/4G variants probably wouldn’t be too terribly far behind. For Note 10.1 2014 LTE owners on Verizon’s network, that day is today.
Just like the Wi-Fi only version’s update, you won’t notice a whole lot new here, other than the changes you’d expect from Android 4.4 such as cloud printing, immersive modes and general performance improvements. Under the hood, however, there are quite a few Samsung-specific bug fixes that should make using the tablet much more enjoyable than before. This includes addressing a bug with the flickering Chrome tab bar, security fixes and more.
The update will be arriving in stages, so don’t be too surprised if you’ve yet to receive a notification prompting you to update. You can always try checking manually for the update by heading to settings > general > about phone > software updates – but even then there are no guarantees.
For those that have received the update already, any other changes (or issues with the update) that we should know about? If so, tell us in the comments below.