How To Install Android 4.4.2 KitKat Official Build (XXUENA6) On Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Ready for some Android 4.4.2 KitKat goodness on your Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005). We know you are, so we’ll just cut to the chase. The following guide will walk you through manually installing the N9005XXUENA6 official firmware build on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
As always, Androidstray assumes no liability for the firmware installation. Proceed with caution.
Before Getting Started
Before you get started, make sure that your Galaxy Note 3 is the SM-N9005 model.
As always, you want to backup your device since the firmware installation will likely wipe out all your data. Additionally, the installation will remove any custom ROM installed to your device.
Charge your Note 3 to at least 80 percent before proceeding.
Ensure that you have up-to-date USB drivers installed and connect your Galaxy Note 3 to your computer. Finally, enable USB Debugging mode by navigating to Settings -> Developer Options.
Updating Galaxy Note 3 to Official Android 4.4.2 KitKat (XXUENA6)
1) Download and extract the official Android 4.4.2 firmware, which can be found here.
2) Download and extract Odin, which is available here.
3) Launch Odin as an administrator.
4) Boot your Galaxy Note 3 into Download mode by pressing the Volume Down and Power buttons together until a warning prompt appears. Once you see the prompt, press Volume Up to enter download mode.
5) Right click on Odin and launch the application as an administrator.
6) Using Odin, install the following files from the .zip archive downloaded earlier:
    A) Click PDA and select the .tar.md5 file.
    B) Select Phone and navigate to the file with Modem in the file path.
    C) Click CSC and select the file with CSC in the file path.
    D) Click PIT and select the file with .pit in the file path.
7) Navigate to the Option submenu in Odin and check Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time. Uncheck Re-Partition.
8) Click Start and the installation will begin.
9) When the firmware has finished flashing to your Galaxy Note 3, your phone will automatically reboot.
10) Once your Galaxy Note 3 restarts, you will officially be running Android 4.4.2 KitKat XXUENA6. Kudos.