If you happen to have Samsung’s super-sized Mega smartphone on AT&T there’s good news for you. The major software update that Google released in the fall of last year has finally made its way to this smartphone. Today the AT&T Galaxy Mega KitKat update has finally been released, Android 4.4.2 brings several improvements and user interface tweaks.

AT&T subscribers will receive the update today over-the-air. First and foremost it bumps up the core OS version to 4.4.2. The previous software update for the Galaxy Mega brought it up to Android 4.2.2 and it came out in November last year. Since then users have been waiting for KitKat to drop, which has already made its way to quite a few of Samsung’s devices.

Some of the features baked into the AT&T Galaxy Mega KitKat update include a new full-screen immersive mode, small user interface tweaks, and a unified location menu. It also comes with a plethora of performance and stability fixes. Support for wireless printing has been added as wel.

Users can also expect a crop of pre-loaded applications to come as part and parcel of this update, apps include Beats Music and ISIS mobile wallet.

Those who’re willing to update their devices can either wait for it to automatically pop up or try manually downloading it by first connecting to a Wi-Fi network and then heading to the Software update section in the Settings application.

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