Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Android 4.4 KitKat update now rolling out
Samsung has been pushing out a lot of KitKat updates to its wares recently, and the latest in line to receive Google’s latest mobile operating system is the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
This tablet was launched last September alongside the Galaxy Note 3 phablet, which was the first Samsung device to get an update to Android 4.4 KitKat. That happened a few months ago, and now it’s its bigger sibling’s turn.
The update is currently out only in Colombia and only for the Wi-Fi-only variant of the tablet (bearing the model number SM-P600). That said, the rollout is sure to expand very soon to many more countries and hopefully to the 4G-enabled versions as well.
The update comes to your tablet over-the-air, so you’ll be notified when it’s ready to download and install. Because it’s a staggered rollout, it might take a while before your particular tablet gets it. Don’t panic, though, for it is on the way now.
Samsung generally releases such new updates in one territory and for one model first, assesses how the update procedure is going, and if no problems arise and no horrible bugs are found then it’s made available everywhere, but slowly. So you do still need to be patient, unless you’re in Colombia that is.