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    Default What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    I can't tell what's changed from 4.4.2. Anyone know?
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Here it is in technical mumbojumbo: https://funkyandroid.com/aosp-KOT49H-KTU84L.html

    And here's an interpretation: Android 4.4.3 KitKat update changelog leaked | BGR
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Well now there is a 4.4.4 LOL!

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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    I trust the gobbledegook is headed in the right direction.
    Info overload fo sure....
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Quote Originally Posted by electronicwiz1 View Post
    Well now there is a 4.4.4 LOL!

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
    I just got my Nexus 7 set up with 4.4.3 and wanted to know do people generally update their Android version automatically (either pull or pushed) or do you take the time to carefully scrutinize whether to update? Does it normally get pushed to you from XXX (not sure who actually sends it to users) or will I have to manually update? When updating, do apps or pictures get wiped out or does it not have an affect on what is on your tablet?

    Sorry for the dumb questions, I'm still new to this.
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    There was a huge lag for the last OTA (Over The Air) update for N7 2012 WiFi. The 4.4.4 one will hopefully come quicker. Word on the street is that it is a small update to close a security vulnerability from 4.4.3 - so you (and everybody else) will want to get updated.

    There should be an OTA update pushed out by Google that you can get via WiFi. If it comes in you will get a notification that your device is ready to update. To check manually if it is ready: make sure you have a data connection and got to Settings > About tablet > System updates and press the button that says Check Now. An OTA update will not wipe your data.

    Your bootloader is still unlocked yes? That's fine if it is. It won't affect getting an OTA. However, if you have root access, custom recovery, a custom kernel or Xposed Framework any/all of them need to be removed/returned to stock before an OTA update will install itself...
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Has 4.4.4 begun rolling out yet?

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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeChordMonte View Post
    Has 4.4.4 begun rolling out yet?

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using AC Forums mobile app
    I just checked sources about an hour ago and still no sign for any N7 variant.
    Nokia Lumia 1520.3 (Factory Unlocked): Windows Phone 8.1 w/ Lumia Cyan
    Dell Venue 8 Pro (32GB): Windows 8.1 Desktop OS w/ Office 2013 H&S
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    Default Re: What are the changes in 4.4.3?

    Just received the 4.4.4 update. Only 1.28mbytes in size. Just a minor bug fix

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