Android 4.4.4 update arrives for T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 model)


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A couple of readers got in touch this morning, and last night, to inform us that they started seeing over-the-air updates arrive for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition. This new update weighs in at around 320MB, and includes an update to Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Checking the T-Mobile Support pages reveals that the update rollout started on November 12.

Beginning¬†November 12, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition (P607) devices will receive a notification to update to the latest software version, Android version 4.4.4/Baseband version P607TUVUANJ4″


Key additions in the new software include:

1. OS upgrade – [KitKat OS 4.4.4]
2. Chinses language support
3. Download Booster support.
4. Restricted Profile feature in Multiuser Mode
5 Improved the User Interface and stability

If you haven’t received a notification yet, head in to your settings and check manually for software updates. You should find it available now.


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  • Bud

    this effects two people….haha

    • UGE_plex

      I’m glad T-Mobile’s supporting their minority products, rather than just drop support for devices like they used to. e.g., MyTouch 4g Slide, or heck…the HipTop/SideKicks.

    • Steve Hester

      3 people!

  • TheVorlon

    Just in time for Lollipop

  • UGE_plex

    Yay! I love Android updates and I love my T-Mobile Galaxy Note 10.1 2014. Seriously, it’s a rock solid tablet despite the Touchwiz UI and I love learning to do some basic digital illustration with the stylus. Plus, it plays Shadowrun Returns flawlessly *grin*

    I just hope this awesome 2014 tablet gets an Android 5.0 update down the road as well, since…you know…Android 5.0 is being released this year and all…

    • skywalkr2

      Almost guarantee that won’t happen.

      • UGE_plex

        I’ll hope for the almost, and prepare for the guarantee ^_^

  • Marcelo_L

    And STILL no love for the Galaxy Note 2……..geeze Louise.

    • UGE_plex

      I’m convinced it’s to allow upgrade desire induced stress/anxiety to bolster sales of the Note 4. So when they level out, the Note II will get its bump. Which is a shitty business practice.

      Though, I doubt they’ll update the Note II, no matter how capable the hardware, to Android Lollipop / 5.x – which is bullshit.

      • TechHog

        And that’s why I’m switching to Nexus.

        • UGE_plex

          While I like Nexus devices for their first-to-update Android benefit, that’s the only thing I like about them, as they don’t have the features I use daily, which Samsung’s Note series has provided me for years now. ^_^

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    This is good news. The problem with Note 10.1 T Mobile is that it’s not worth didly squat when it comes to trading in. They told me $150 for something I paid $600 for? No thanks. Glad I have the Jump. I will probably go get a iPad Air 2.

    • skywalkr2

      What’s wrong with the 10.1? Its still very capable – only thing iPad Air has is apps. Spen on 10.1 is where its at…

  • jonathan3579

    I’m not interested in it but whatever happened to the Tab S on T-Mobile?

  • Frank B

    What is the problem with the older Note 10.1 (not the 2014 version). It has NOT had an update since it came out.