Sunday , August 20 2017

Android 4.4.3 update is now live on Nexus Factory Images page

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Looks like the T-Mobile pages were true – Google has just updated the Nexus Factory Images page with Android 4.4.3 (KTU84M) images for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 2012 (both WiFi and GSM), Nexus 7 2013(both WiFi and LTE) and the Nexus 10.

There’s still no word on OTA’s being captured as yet to update your device, but if you’re inclined to flash the factory Image, you can now do so. There’s no changelog as yet for Android 4.4.3, but we expect to see one before long.

 
Source: Google Developers.

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7 Comments on "Android 4.4.3 update is now live on Nexus Factory Images page"

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Sadly, no updates as yet for 2013 Nexus 7 LTE 🙁

Alexei Watson
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Alexei Watson

I just finished flashing it, no wipe. You can use the factory image to perform what is essentially the OTA update, by modifying the script file in the factory image. just delete the ‘-w’.

Peter Massey
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Peter Massey

Just downloaded it and it already has the -w in place:
fastboot -w update image-hammerhead-ktu84m.zip

Beredan
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Beredan

I honestly thought they wouldn’t bother til Google io at their current rate.

chris
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chris

We can hope that this is a maintenance update and that IO will see the announcement of 5.

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Releasing the final bug fixed 4.4 as a long term release for phones that wont be upgraded to 5.

Matthew
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Matthew

Still doesn’t explain why it took so damn long to be released. 6 months is ridiculous.

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