Just like with the other devices, you’ll have to manually install the KOT49E build on your Nexus 10 after downloading it (see Source link below). With the Nexus 10, you’ll have to be running its own stock ROM to move Android 4.4.1 – in this case it’s version KRT16S.
Obviously, we’re not recommending that you go forward with the procedure no matter whether you’re comfortable upgrading the software manually or not, and we’ll remind you that you’re the only person responsible for whatever happens with your tablet during the process.
However, in case you want to run the latest Android version on your 10-inch Nexus tablet, then make sure you follow the available instructions – we have a detailed post showing you how to manually install Android 4.4 KitKat on Android devices.
The Android 4.4.1 update measures just 51.3MB in size and comes directly form Google’s servers. This latest KitKat version was officially launched a few days ago, bringing several camera improvements to the Nexus 5.