It has been several months since Google has first pushed the Android 4.4.2 version to its Nexus hardware, so it’s obviously that many of us already have something else in mind. As you are imagining, we are talking about the Android 4.4.3 improvements and although it isn’t not when the update will actually begin rolling out, a recent changelog leak is prepared to show us a few things about the latest iteration of Google’s mobile OS. You should know from the start that we are not talking about a refreshed UI or any major features, but Android 4.4.3 is more about bug fixes, packing improvements to the camera, display, Bluetooth and more.
And source that revealed the big news has also provided a screen capture with a test build of Android 4.4.3 running on a Nexus 5, making us even more curious to find out more about this ‘bug fixer’. So, here we have the Android 4.4.3 changes detailed in the changelog leak that we have told you about.
Android 4.4.3 Improvements:
- Frequent data connection dropout fix;
- mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes;
- Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes;
- Other camera fixes;
- Power Manager display wakelock fix;
- Various Bluetooth fixes;
- Wi-Fi auto-connect fix;
- Fix for a random reboot;
- App shortcuts sometimes got removed from launcher after update;
- App shortcuts security fix;
- USB debugging security fix;
- 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;
- FCC compliance fix;
- Internet telephony fix;
- Miscellaneous fixes.
Android 4.4.3 seems to worth waiting for if we are talking about such enhancements. But this doesn’t mean that we don’t have to wait for the public rollout in order to be sure that the list is indeed as generous as presented.