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Sprint Galaxy S III gets Android 4.4 KitKat update

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Last updated: May 1st, 2014 at 18:49 UTC+02:00

We’ve got some good news for Galaxy S III users on Sprint. Samsung just released the Android KitKat source code for the Galaxy S III and now Sprint has confirmed the roll out of the KitKat update. The L710VPUCND8 update should roll out from today and though we’re not sure what exactly it brings to the table, we expect the usual KitKat features like improved performance and battery life, full-screen album art on the lock screen, wireless printing support to name a few.

Head to the settings menu to manually check for the update if you haven’t been notified yet.

Find anything new after the update? Do let us know in the comments.

PS: We’ll upload the firmware file as soon as possible.

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