Here it goes the stock L900VPUCNE2 4.4.2 KitKat OTA update firmware for the Sprint Galaxy Note II SPH-L900. The stock OTA update 4.4.2 L900VPUCNE2 is only for those who has rooted or modified Sprint Galaxy Note II devices that might had troubled getting the OTA update as the update will not allow you to install as long as your devices has been through a lot of modification. The L900VPUCNE2 is the official 4.4.2 KitKat update that has recently rolled out by Sprint, and those who might have root will not enjoy the new features of the KitKat OS. So if you might want to have KitKat experience based on official update then your last resort is to manually install the L900VPUCNE2 4.4.2 OTA update firmware. This is the same thing that has been rolled out over-the-air, but as I said as long as you have your Galaxy Note 2 rooted you’ll only get the software update failure messages.
Flashing the stock OTA 4.4.2 L900VPUCNE2
You should restore back your Galaxy Note 2 to the a 100% pure stock 4.3 L900VPUBMK4 if your device has been modified. You can grab the original stock firmware here and then flash it via Odin. If you are running on custom recovery, you may try to flash the 4.3 MK4 stock recovery (stock Recovery for 4.3 MK4). You need the stock recovery so you can manually flashed the stock L900VPUCNE2 OTA 4.4.2.
Once you have the above requirements, then simply flash the stock L900VPUCNE2 OTA 4.4.2 in recovery. Doing that is simply copy the downloaded stock L900VPUCNE2, then turn off your Galaxy Note 2, next press and hold the volume up, home and power button so it brings you into a recovery mode screen. Select install update from SD card, then locate the file from your SD card then select install. Reboot your Galaxy Note 2 and then verify if you have the KitKat update running on your device.