AT&T Rolling Out Android 4.4 KitKat Update for LG G2

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AT&T users must be very lucky today, as both the LG G2 and HTC One are receiving updates to Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The update started rolling out already and it should reach all users by the end of the way through an over-the-air update.

There should be many improvements to the LG G2 with Android 4.4.2 KitKat, ranging from user experience improvements to an increase in speed. LG G2 users should notice a slightly different user interface, improved battery efficiency, cloud printing and a better Knock On feature.

Android 4.4.2 KitKat brings full-screen mode, along with restyled status and navigation bars. Emoji and support for close captioning are also included in the update. KitKat is also expected to make the LG G2 faster, with an improved processing speed and, according to the company, apps should now run 17 percent faster than before.

The new location settings can improve battery life significantly and the feature also lets you know how much battery did each location detection feature drain, so you can turn off the ones that use the most. It seems like the responsiveness of the Knock On feature has also been improved.

Google Cloud Printer now allows LG G2 users to print documents via Bluetooth or WiFi.

If you haven’t received your update yet, you should head over to Settings > Phone Update > Check for Update to make the phone look for updates. You should also know that it’s recommended to update through WiFi, because otherwise it can incur in data charges.

 

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