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The Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.4, KitKat update is now rolling out for AT&T.
The update is 417.66MB and must be downloaded using a Wi-Fi connection. Once the update is installed, users will finally have the latest Android build.
The software has already arrived for U.S. Cellular customers as the company began offering it OTA (over-the-air) last week with several customers confirming they received it successfully.
It is also available for the International variant of the Galaxy S4 in Russia and India. Users can check for it manually if they haven't received a notification in the Settings menu.
Both Sprint and U.S. Cellular already began rolling out the software for the Galaxy Note 3.
This new software brings minor UI changes included the use of KitKat style white status bar icons instead of the multicolor icons found on past Samsung devices. The smartphone also received a performance boost and an increase in benchmark scores, according to a Sam Mobile report.
The lock-screen now features a camera shortcut that takes users directly to the point-and-shooter. Album art also now shows up on the entire screen when music is played.
The update is being rolled out in phases so different countries will receive it at, according to Samsung's release schedule. The KitKat update will roll out to most of Samsung's high-end devices in the near future.
The company released a list of those that will upgrade via press release earlier this week that included the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy Light, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3, Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition.