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Default [Q] Any word on 4.4 KitKat release

I have been reading a lot about the 4.4 being released to our phones and was curious if has hit anyone phone yet......
 
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Sorry I need to clarify. OTA 4.4 from Samsung....
 
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Sorry I need to clarify. OTA 4.4 from Samsung....
No one has anything in terms of real code. All we have are RDF entries from Sprint's website ...where the latest internal test build is OSVersion 4.4.2 SoftwareNumber is L900VPUCND2

http://device.sprintpcs.com/Samsung/...-SPRINT/latest
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And that RDF is more than a few weeks old...meaning it might end up being official OTA by the end of the month....or it might mean Sprint ran into roadblocks...or it might mean that OTA official L900 dev is dead...or it might merely mean that tomorrow is Monday and not to read too much into it. L900 and Note2s in general have not had build leaks for over a year, sadly.
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No one has anything in terms of real code. All we have are RDF entries from Sprint's website ...where the latest internal test build is OSVersion 4.4.2 SoftwareNumber is L900VPUCND2


And that RDF is more than a few weeks old...meaning it might end up being official OTA by the end of the month....or it might mean Sprint ran into roadblocks...or it might mean that OTA official L900 dev is dead...or it might merely mean that tomorrow is Monday and not to read too much into it. L900 and Note2s in general have not had build leaks for over a year, sadly.
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Here is something else I found that may add some more information

http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/54795...m#.U0vF8_ldWx8
 
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Hey folks... I'm going to close this thread out as we already have multiple threads discussing this.
For example this is the official RDF discussion which is a good spot right now for 4.4 TW talk:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2114049

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