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Android 4.4.3 for Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One Latest Information, Release Date and Changelog

May 2
8:25 AM 2014

Google has released a series of Android updates for the past few months including the Andorid 4.4, Android 4.4.1 and the Android 4.4.2. However, despite the multitude of updates, many users still complained about problems with their Android devices. This time, instead of releasing an Android update that promises new features, Google's upcoming OS firmware promises to focus on fixing bugs. 

According to recent information, the Android 4.4.3 will focus solely on managing Android OS problems. The first devices in line to receive the update are the Nexus line. These include the Nexus 4, first and second generation Nexus 7, Nexus 5 and the Nexus 10. Following roll out to the Nexus line, the Google Play Edition devices like Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One should follow suit. 

According to a report by Android Police, the changelog for the Android 4.4.3 update is as follows:

  • Frequent data connection dropout fix
  • mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes
  • Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes
  • Power Manager display wakelock fix
  • Multiple Bluetooth fixes
  • Fix for a random reboot
  • App shortcuts sometimes got removed from launcher after update
  • USB debugging security fix
  • App shortcuts security fix
  • Wi-Fi auto-connect fix
  • Other camera fixes
  • MMS, Email/Exchange, Calendar, People/Dialer/Contacts, DSP, IPv6, VPN fixes
  • Stuck in activation screen fix
  • Missed call LED fix
  • Subtitle fixes
  • Data usage graph fix
  • Internet telephony fix
  • FCC compliance fix
  • Miscellaneous fixes

There have also been reports claiming that HTC plans to start the roll out of the Android 4.4.3 update around May to June. The company has yet to release an official announcement about the matter. Sprint previously uploaded a firmware update for Nexus 5 which many believed to be the Android 4.4.3 update. However, the carrier took it down shortly. Google has yet to make an official announcement about the matter. 

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