When it comes to a piece of hardware, it certainly pays dividends for the manufacturer to ensure that timely updates are introduced in order to make sure that the device itself remains competitive in the market for as long as possible, eking out every single iota of performance before a next generation model arrives. As for the Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2, Verizon Wireless has pushed out a new update that is touted to squash any other bugs that caused minor issues while tweaking the firmware with several updates, leaving the operating system to remain at Android 4.4.2 KitKat without making any further progress for its version number.
In this particular update, a bug fix is introduced for the default Calendar app, where one will also enjoy better stability when it comes to the Science and Technology sections of the Magazine UX, while there is also another option to do away with local content from the lockscreen where all security methods are concerned. Apps including the likes of Kindle and VZ Navigator, too, will be updated, alongside the introduction of new widgets for the WatchON and Hancom Office apps.
Expect this update to be known by its build number KOT49H.P905VVRUANE4, where it is currently arriving via Over The Air, so it ought to arrive within the coming few days on your Galaxy Note PRO 12.2 if it hasn’t yet done so already.