Samsung has been quite quick to update a lot of its mobile devices to the latest version of Android. Only recently the KitKat update was rolled out for Galaxy S4 Active. Today the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Android 4.4 update has been released. The company launched this tablet late last year alongside the Galaxy Note 3, which actually became the first Samsung device to receive KitKat a few months back.

Initially the roll out only brings Android 4.4 KitKat for the Wi-Fi only variant, model SM-P600. Though it is only a matter of time before this update goes live across all regions and also includes the 4G LTE enabled versions. Improvements in this update include subtle user interface tweaks, better security and power efficiency as well as a plethora of bug fixes.

Such updates are often rolled out in stages. What this means is that it may not be available across all regions at first. Though gradually over the next few days Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Android 4.4 update will go live across the world. Once it goes live that update should automatically pop up on the tablet itself since its rolled out over the air. Alternatively users can try manually pulling the update through the settings application. A little patience goes a long way though.

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