Saturday, 1 March 2014

XXUFNB3 firmware Android 4.4.2 KitKat for Samsung Galaxy S4


Samsung has officially released Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for Galaxy S4 but as it would be rolled out through OTA carrier so it might take months to reach to some particular destinations. However if you don’t want to wait that long then here we have the magic of official custom ROM for you. You can apply it on your smartphone anytime from any part of the world. All you need to have is a computer, internet connection and rooted Galaxy S4.

The ROM I am discussing here is based on XXUFNB3 firmware which is moulded with official Android 4.4.2 KitKat platform. Operation wise it is exact similar to the official ROM that features whole new KitKat surface with improved user interface, better control and lot more other things. With this XXUFNB3 based ROM you will always feel the magic of official KitKat on your S4.

It will switch your task bar from green to white (with improvements in icons), will also strengthen battery department to better reaches. It has new emoji icons, wireless printing, new forms of messaging and several other features. There is an option to set the launcher under setting menu, you can use it for changing your default launcher with some high level sort of.

How To?

At first please make sure that your Galaxy S4 is rooted with some recovery image installed in it (do let me know if you need help on this segment). This process can be applied with Odin tool (which is one of the easiest way of updating Samsung smartphones) in 5 minutes. So follow these steps for getting it live on your smartphones:

1. Follow these pre-requisites.
2. Download the KitKat ROM Package to your computer.
3. Follow these standard steps (for Odin tool) from here.

Once you follow all the instructions from above step, head over to Settings>>About Phone menu. There you should see XXUFNB3 firmware with Android 4.4.2 ROM. If it is showing such data there then that means you have successfully applied on all the instructions in your smartphone. Otherwise if you are seeing your previous ROM level then you will have to restart this process from step 1. You will see the glimpse of Android KitKat with the very first boot (you will get new UI with first boot on your Galaxy S4). If you have any sort of confusions with this tutorial then please let us know through comments.



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