1. belodion's Avatar
    Just received OTA 4.4.4. update, Nexus 5. Only got the 4.4.3. a few weeks ago. One of the advantages if owning a Google device, you get updates first. Am UK user.

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    06-23-2014 03:13 PM
  2. belodion's Avatar
    Of owning.

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    06-23-2014 03:14 PM
  3. electronicwiz1's Avatar
    Cool. I haven't gotten it yet. I'm sure I will soon.

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    06-23-2014 03:14 PM
  4. theduder's Avatar
    So why wouldn't they change to a version without the vulnerability instead of just turning off heartbeat behavior? The app is the McAfee Heartbleed scanner.



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    06-23-2014 05:25 PM
  5. srfox's Avatar
    I got the 4.4.4 OTA on both my N4 and N5. N5 runs good and N4 is rebooting right now. I hope it fixes the camera issues and reboots on the N4. The N5 was fine before.
    Rooted both with WugFresh. No hassles at all.
    Fox
    06-23-2014 08:10 PM
  6. scipper77's Avatar
    I got it on my Nexus 7. I was hoping this would be the change from Dalvic to ART that I read was coming in the next release. I think it's just some patches and security fixes to clean up the changes from 4.4.3. ART probable won't be the default runtime until android 5.0.
    06-23-2014 08:22 PM
  7. troshs's Avatar
    Still waiting on 4.4.3 on the S5. Holy crap, I haven't checked this phone for heart bleed issues yet. This thread reminded me.

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    06-23-2014 10:29 PM
  8. rcca's Avatar
    Oh just great Verizon crammed the 4.4.2 down our throat to do it, declined it for 2 months then it forced it on me, Verizon is usually last to get the OTA. Now what? Same thing when I ran McAfee checker. I guess if Heartbleed is disabled l'm OK or what? Safe?
    06-23-2014 11:47 PM
  9. troshs's Avatar
    Usually. You should be fine if heart beats are disabled. But people can hack anything at anytime (not literally everything but ya know). As long as you're keeping to legit content and apps then consider yourself safe unless it's out of your hands. Make sure you have a good virus program.

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    06-24-2014 10:44 AM
  10. rcca's Avatar
    Usually. You should be fine if heart beats are disabled. But people can hack anything at anytime (not literally everything but ya know). As long as you're keeping to legit content and apps then consider yourself safe unless it's out of your hands. Make sure you have a good virus program.
    Thanks you. 😊

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    06-24-2014 12:02 PM
  11. troshs's Avatar
    Very welcome.

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    06-24-2014 12:04 PM
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