Although Samsung has yet to announce its Android 4.4 KitKat update schedule, the company continues to roll out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean upgrade for some of its devices, as well as various updates the fix some issue brought in by previous ones.
SamMobile reports that Samsung is now offering a minor update for AT&T Galaxy Note 3, which brings some improvements and bug fixes.
According to the cited source, those who applied the update noticed the phablet's responsiveness has increased and the Samsung keyboard's white background has been replaced with a dark blue one.
There's also a fix for a crash of the indexing service for some Galaxy Note 3 owners that use older microSD memory cards. Last but not least, the update also addresses previous root exploits, which means those who wish to keep their smartphone rooted should avoid it for the moment.