Samsung has been very busy updating the international variants of the Galaxy S4 to Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Even though the US carriers have a history of running late to the OTA update parties, it looks like the folks at AT&T will update their Samsung Galaxy S4 variant to Android 4.4.2 soon after the firmware update was released for the international model.
Well, we are not talking about an official release, but about a leaked build that is intended for the AT&T variant of the Galaxy S4. The Android 4.4.2 leaked build for AT&T Galaxy S4 is labeled I337UCUFMLD and it brings the same enhancements as the update that was rolled out for the international variant.
The visual changes are not significant, except for the white status bar icons and the transparent status bar. You’ll also get the new Printing option in the settings area and the new immersive mode.
The Android 4.4.2 I337UCUFMLD leaked build for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 has hit the web courtesy of XDA developers forums member designgeras and it can be flashed just like any other official ROM.
If you flashed official ROMs before, you know the drill: download the I337UCUFMLD ZIP file from here (it has 1.51 GB by the way), connect your Galaxy S4 to the PC via USB, launch Odin, load the ZIP file in PDA/AP, click Start, and Voila!
If you are not sure what you’re doing, we are recommending you to stick with us because a complete guide that will teach you how to flash Android 4.4.2 I337UCUFMLD on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 will be posted in the next few hours.