Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update for AT&T Galaxy Note 3 (Build Number N900AUCECMLG) Leaked

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The Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware was recently leaked in the US for all Samsung S4 and Note 3 devices under the famous American AT&T carrier. The XDA developers website can confirm the leaked software that was expected since the early January for the Note 3, carrying the build number N900AUCECMLG. Because the firmware contains bootloaders, you will never get back to your Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, once the version is installed on your smartphone.

As our source states, the European users who have already received the leaked firmware, have encountered some incompatibility issues regarding third parties accessories while installing the new software.

Leaked Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update for AT&T Galaxy Note 3 (Build Number N900AUCECMLG)

Leaked Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update for AT&T Galaxy Note 3 (Build Number N900AUCECMLG)

“We have currently identified a software compatibility issue with the Galaxy Note 3 update to Android 4.4 KitKat and select 3rd party accessories,” Samsung states and continues saying that the company will be providing further support and solutions concerning any problems and issues arising with product updates.

Meanwhile, the old continent, Europe, has welcomed the firmware and all users are now waiting for the solutions that Samsung has promised to deliver for bug fixes and other incompatibility issues. More than that, it is also confirmed that the Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware was launched in Eastern Europe as well, in Russia and Poland, to be exact.

As for the US market, there is no official news concerning the release of the Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware for all Note 3 devices rolled-out under the AT&T carrier.

In the meantime, just enjoy the leaked Android 4.4.2 by hitting the download button. As usual, don’t forget to carefully read the installing instructions and take all the necessary steps in order not to harm your Note 3. Just proceed with caution, as the firmware might wipe your entire data.

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Bogdan - Eduard Huma

Hello fellow readers and Android lovers. I am Bogdan-Eduard Huma and I have been an English teacher for more than 10 years now. I love to write and I love Android. This is why I am here: to keep you updated with fresh news about everything on Android, smartphones releases, apps and much, much more.