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Default Installing 4.4.3 Update

I'm still new to the whole process of updating android without OTA. I'm currently on TWRP recovery, with Xposed Framework installed, and I also flashed a custom font package (which I presume alters the system files so OTA won't work). I'm on stock ROM.

What do I need to do to update to 4.4.3, while keeping my apps and settings untouched? I tried to look for the stock fonts to reflash them, but I couldn't find proper stock fonts.

If I do a Nandroid backup, will that backup be tied to the 4.4.2 I'm on currently? Once I have 4.4.3 will I be able to restore from a Nandroid that I backed up when I was still in 4.4.2?
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I'm still new to the whole process of updating android without OTA. I'm currently on TWRP recovery, with Xposed Framework installed, and I also flashed a custom font package (which I presume alters the system files so OTA won't work). I'm on stock ROM.

What do I need to do to update to 4.4.3, while keeping my apps and settings untouched? I tried to look for the stock fonts to reflash them, but I couldn't find proper stock fonts.

If I do a Nandroid backup, will that backup be tied to the 4.4.2 I'm on currently? Once I have 4.4.3 will I be able to restore from a Nandroid that I backed up when I was still in 4.4.2?
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