Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 getting Android 4.4.2 update in India

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 KitKat updateSamsung has started rolling out Android 4.4.2 update for Galaxy Grand 2 smartphone in the Indian market. 361MB in size, the KitKat update is now available over-the-air as well as via Kies app.

Like all updates, the Grand 2 KitKat update is also being released in phases and you will automatically get a notification on your smartphone once the update is available. You can also manually look for the update by going to Settings > About Phone > Software update.

As per the official change-log, the new update brings the usual KitKat goodies like album art on lock-screen, camera shortcut on lock-screen, new launcher settings, improved user-interface and stability, cloud-print support and immersive mode. You can also expect to see updated version of Hangouts as well as Downloads apps.

To remind you, Grand 2 was released in India in January 2014 with Android 4.3 and this is the first major Android update for the smartphone.

If you have already updated your Grand 2, do let us know about the experience in comments.


  1. i also updated till nw its very smooth fast low ram usage…new live wallpaper good quality of icon changed icon and checking more will inform about battery tomrow after full use


    • i dont thin so its old mobile and it wont get android kitkat if it will get then it will take time coz the new grand 2 is getting kitkat update so late then the old grand will get update more late


  2. I just updated my grand 2 and facing many major problems such as its restarting again and again ,internet and wifi not working what to do…not expected from samsung


  3. my phone getting restarted every minute. lock/ unlock button is also not working. Shame on you samsung for such a defective update.


  4. I updated my Samsung Grand 2 to KitKat and it started giving serious problems. Mainly the phone started freezing, rebooting automatically and certain third-party apps could not be installed. My efforts through factory reset etc was of no use. Samsung service center tried to re-install the OS but failed. Ultimately they changed the phone’s mother board and loaded Jelly Bean os and it is working now. The company has agreed that KitKat has many bugs and they are working on it to fixit. Till then, it is advised to all to refrain from updating their to KitKat.


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