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We do not need a 4.4.4 update....
Most OEM's would skip this update and jump to the 4.5 Lollipop
Although I wouldn't be surprised if Motorola releases it on a later date
4.4.4 is a serious security update. Motorola is certainly pushing the update through the channels now. It is less than 3mb on the Nexus devices so it is a very small update. It has only been out a few days. Motorola had lots of time to prepare for 4.4.3. That is why it was pushed so quick.
 
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Use more exclamation marks please. Also make a new discussion thread every time you get mad too.
Go scrub your lolindian or lolbr with CM11 and don't bother us with useless and meaningless threads.

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4.4.4 is a serious security update. Motorola is certainly pushing the update through the channels now. It is less than 3mb on the Nexus devices so it is a very small update. It has only been out a few days. Motorola had lots of time to prepare for 4.4.3. That is why it was pushed so quick.
Even if it was.....
Samsung don't even update their galaxy smart phones as Motorola does to its budget phones. We should wait instead of creating new threads. If it was so important it should have posted in the host of general threads out there
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Come on man, this device even not get a year old yet.. So relaxe and waiting hopely

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huh Motorola is no longer a Google company, it was sold to Lenovo
 
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huh Motorola is no longer a Google company, it was sold to Lenovo
Motorola isn't a Google company anymore, but the moto g will always be a Google phone, it is a gpe device for some bad word's sake.

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Motorola isn't a Google company anymore, but the moto g will always be a Google phone, it is a gpe device for some bad word's sake.

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Motorola Mobility is still a Google company. Lenovo does not control Motorola Mobility yet.

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