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Google to roll out Android Update!

     The Supreme tech power,Google Inc. is preparing to disclose the next version of Android at I/O 2013 in June 2014, however sources say that the next major update from the firm is likely present its user with a minor update for KitKat (Android 4.4) for its tech-buffs. Along with these upgrading measures, Google Inc. is working on the Android 4.4.3 update, which will working inorder to fix nagging issues and several bugs that are being invaded in present software of this Android OS. Also devices like Moto X, Moto G,Google Nexus 7,Google Nexus 5 which are running on Android 4.4.2, the contemporary iterative of the operating system. Bug fixes that are expected to be covered in Android 4.4.3 will bring:

  • Devices getting stuck in activation screen circumstances
  •  Frequent data connection failures problems
  •  Power Manager display
  •  Bluetooth update
  •  Fix for instances where app shortcuts are removed from launcher after update
  •  Secure app shortcuts
  •  Recover random rebooting issues
  •  Missed call LED
  •  Wi-Fi auto-connect
  •  MMS, Email-Exchange, Contacts, Calender,IPv6
  •  Data consumption graph
  •  USB debugging security
  •  FCC acceptance
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN) fixes

Android 4.4.3 is also reported to improvize the battery back-up thing issues happening due to mm-qcamera-daemon crash which is reported to kill the battery life rapidly.  Other updates regarding cameras are extension and technical issues identifying the persons,things in general as well as High Dynamic Range (HDR) modes.


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