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Multiple Users Reporting AT&T Galaxy Note 3 GPS Issues, KitKat Update Could Be Coming Soon

Has your AT&T Galaxy Note 3 been having trouble finding and keeping a GPS signal? Then you're in good company, if the posts from aggravated users on AT&T's official support forums and XDA are any indication. One of these users contacted us to complain, and we can confirm that it's a problem with at least some AT&T Galaxy Note 3 units - one of the AP team member's personal phones demonstrates the same behavior.

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Samsung Posts Android 4.4 Kernel Source For The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3, OTA Could Be Right Around The Corner

We've learned from experience that when Samsung drops some Note 3 kernel source, the update is only a few days away. This time the Note 3 on T-Mobile is in Samsung's sights as the KitKat code has just been uploaded to Samsung's open source page.

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Gets Weird Pre-KitKat Android 4.3 OTA With Some Bug Fixes And Enhancements

The Galaxy S4 on AT&T started getting its KitKat update today, but the Note 3 is still on the waiting list. Some users were excited to see an OTA notification pop up on Samsung's latest phablet only to have their hopes crushed by what turns out to be another build of Android 4.3.

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US Cellular Announces Android 4.4.2 Updates For The Galaxy S4 And Galaxy Note 3

US Cellular customers with Samsung flagship phones, you can finally play with the latest and greatest in Android software. The carrier is sending out the KitKat 4.4.2 update for both the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3 today, following the carrier's Moto X update by just over a week. Not bad, considering that larger carriers aren't very far ahead.

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You know the drill: check your Settings menu for a manual update if you haven't seen it already.

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Android 4.4 Update Is Rolling Out To Sprint's Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The kernel source was posted just the other day, which usually signals an update is right around the corner. Indeed, here comes KitKat for the Galaxy Note 3 on Sprint. The 503.6MB OTA download includes a few small tweaks to TouchWiz with Android 4.4.

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Samsung Posts Sprint Galaxy Note 3 KitKat Kernel Source – OTA Can't Be Far Off

Samsung has updated its open source pages with kernel source for the Sprint version of the Galaxy Note 3, but this isn't just any update. You can now download the long-awaited KitKat source for Samsung's phablet on Sprint. If we take a lesson from recent history, the OTA could be announced as soon as tomorrow.

2014-02-18 21_23_26-Open Source Release Center

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Samsung Makes The Galaxy Note 3 Neo's Open Source Kernel Files Available For Download

The Neo is a more affordable version of the Galaxy Note 3 that comes with a few compromises, most notably regarding its screen and camera. Samsung officially announced the handset at the end of last month and eventually revealed that it would not come to the US or the UK, but it would still be available in many other markets across the globe. The Neo hasn't launched yet, but Samsung has now made the device's kernel source files available to all.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Is Official With A 5.5-Inch 720p AMOLED, Android 4.3, And S Pen Support

Samsung hasn't made a big fuss about it yet, but the long-rumored Galaxy Note 3 Neo is now official. The device, which is a more modestly specced version of the Note 3, has popped up on Samsung's Polish site with all the pictures and data points you could ever want.

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There are two versions of the Note 3 Neo, one with LTE and a hexa-core ARM chip, and another with 3G and a quad-core processor.

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PSA: KitKat Leak For AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Lacks 'Tap And Pay', Only Allows Mobile Payments Through Isis

Now that a KitKat build for the Galaxy Note 3 has leaked, people have started reporting new things that they're finding. Though most of the major features of Google's latest Android version are present, the "tap and pay" option is conspicuously absent. Further, it appears host card emulation has been disabled altogether. This is curious given the fact that Isis Mobile Wallet, which is partially backed by AT&T and nowhere to be found on the official Android 4.3 builds, is preinstalled on the leaked firmware.

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Samsung Admits Galaxy Note 3 KitKat Update Disabled Third-Party Accessories, Will Deliver OTA To Fix The 'Bug'

An Android 4.4 update has been hitting Galaxy Note 3s all over the world, and while some people who have yet to receive it may feel a bit envious, there are benefits to waiting. Some users have reported being unable to use third-party flip covers that trigger a special lockscreen when closed. Following the upgrade to KitKat, only Samsung's official products, which contain a special identification chip, would work. Now Ars Technica has received a statement from Samsung acknowledging the issue as a "bug" and announcing a future OTA update that will return functionality to third-party accessories.

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