Samsung has started rolling out the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update to the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, the famous high end tablet that debuted last year with the Galaxy Note 3. It’s been a while since this device was launched, since it came in September.
The update includes all the standard KitKat goodies and improvements, stuff like faster/smoother performance, white status bar icons, wireless printing support, full screen album art and a new camera shortcut on the lockscreen. You can select Hangouts as the default SMS app and get enhanced sound controls for certain Samsung apps.
Other than that it’s all stability improvements and minor UI changes. Right now, the update is only out in Columbia for the SM-P600 version of the slate and soon it will reach other regions. Rollout will be gradual and could take a few days to complete. Usually having a look in the Settings>General>About Phone>Software updates menu will do the trick.