Google has officially released the Nexus 10 Android 4.4.1 KitKat update. After the Mountain View-based giant upgraded the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and Nexus 7 2013 LTE devices to the first KitKat incremental update, the 10-inch tablet co-developed by Google and Samsung has been upgraded to Android 4.4.1.
The Android 4.4.1 OTA update for Nexus 10 is now available for download, and, like usual, the roll out is performed in stages. This means that now all Nexus 10 owners will be able to download and install the Android 4.4.1 update right away.
If you didn’t receive the system update notification yet, you can also check for the Nexus 10 Android 4.4.1 update manually by heading to Settings > About tablet > System update > Check for updates. Anyway, this won’t guarantee that that update has become available for your device.
Alternatively, your can download the Android 4.4.1 ZIP file from Google’s server and push the OTA update on your Nexus 10 tablet. You can do this by either using adb sideload or by flashing the ZIP file from recovery mode.
After you upgrade your Nexus 10 to Android 4.4.1 the firmware build will change from KRT16S to KOT49E.
If you previously rooted your Nexus 10, the Android 4.4.1 will remove the root access. Fortunately, you will be able to re-root your device by simply flashing the latest Super SU version from Recovery Mode.
The Nexus 10 has a 10.1-inch Super PLS TFT display with an impressive resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, Exynos 5 Dual chipset with dual-core 1.7 GHz Cortex A15 CPU and Mali T604 GPU, 2 GB RAM, 16/32 GB internal storage, 5 MP rear-facing camera and 1.9 MP user-facing camera, WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth, microUSB 2.0, and a massive 9,000 mAh battery.
A tutorial that will teach you how to flash official Android 4.4.1 update to Nexus 10 will be available on our website in the next couple, so stick with us.
Did you guys receive the Android 4.4.1 OTA update on your Nexus 10?