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Re: Did anyone get better Nexus 5 battery life on 4.4.4?
I have a few questions. First off, I got a used Nexus 5 about two months ago and it is still running 4.4.2, but it has shown 'System Update Available' since I got the phone, and it currently shows the update as being 4.4.3. I haven't downloaded the available update, because I have read many comments about battery life being negatively affected by 4.4.3; however, it seems as though 4.4.4 fixed the battery issues for many people, but not for everyone (as indicated in the posted I've quoted). And the battery life on my Nexus 5 seems to be good/great, and I'm happy with it as-is on 4.4.2. So, basically, I'm not sure what to do in regards to updating my Nexus 5 from 4.4.2.
Originally Posted by z3razerviper
So, my questions are:
1.) Why is my phone only showing 4.4.3 as being the available update and not 4.4.4?
- Is this because a phone has to be updated to 4.4.3 before 4.4.4 is available to download?
2.) If possible, would there be any reason to just update to 4.4.3, and not to 4.4.4?
3.) Should I just stay running 4.4.2? Or could there possibly be any bad effects by not updating?
4.) Is the battery life on my phone likely to suffer by updating from 4.4.2?
Basically, are there any benefits/detriments to staying on 4.4.2 or by updating to 4.4.3/4.4.4? I would really like to get some information/advice on this from some of you more-educated folks on here. And any and all helpful replies will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance to anyone who replies!