Owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE SM-T113 have a reason to celebrate. The Android 4.4.4 KitKat T113XXU0APC1 firmware has been released for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE. This firmware version of Android KitKat will bring some improvements to your Galaxy Tab and make the device better than ever. We, at TechGipsy provide you the updating tips for the above here.
TechGipsy will never be blamed for any damage if your device encounters any during the update. For that you should follow the steps given below at your own risk.
- One Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE SM-T113
- A computer to download required files.
- Original USB cable
- Save your messages in a safe place before updating your device. Creating a complete backup for your device is recommended.
- Install Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE drivers on your PC before connecting your Galaxy Tab to your PC.
- Your Galaxy Tab 3 LTE battery level must be above 60%.
- First of all download the above mentioned two files and save on your desktop.
- Then Put your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE into download mode using these steps:
- Turn off your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and press its volume down + power + home buttons simultaneously.
- Press its power button again after viewing the warning message that will be displayed to put it into download mode.
- Launch the downloaded Odin on your PC and connect the Galaxy Tab to your PC using USB cable.
- Odin will display a message in its bottom left corner after the connection is successful.
- Next extract the .zip file of Android 4.4.4 KitKat T113XXU0APC1 on your PC downloaded earlier.
- After successfully extracting the .zip file, press “ADB/AP” in Odin and choose the “.tar.md5″ file.
- Then, press the “Start” button in Odin after selecting “Auto-reboot” option.
- Wait until your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE restarts.
And there you go with the Android 4.4.4 KitKat T113XXU0APC1 Firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE SM-T113. Congrats!! Now enjoy all the improvised and new KiKat goodies in your Galaxy Tab 3 LTE. In case of any issues or difficulties, don’t forget to get back to us via the comment section.
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