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Motorola stopped all 4.4.3 rollouts due to the OpenSSL bug.

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By archies20, Account currently disabled on 21st June 2014, 04:40 AM
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Motorola stopped all 4.4.3 rollouts due to the OpenSSL bug.

http://forums.androidcentral.com/mot...-4-update.html

So waiting for 4.4.4 kitkat.
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21st June 2014, 07:56 PM |#2  
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Motorola stopped all 4.4.3 rollouts due to the OpenSSL bug.

http://forums.androidcentral.com/mot...-4-update.html

So waiting for 4.4.4 kitkat.

Clearly, a lack of understanding from whoever reposted his comments. David Schuster said that updates that were in carrier labs were halted. Those are updates that have not been approved by carriers. No where does he say they have stopped any current rollouts. Btw, he never once mentions the Moto G afaik.
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Clearly, a lack of understanding from whoever reposted his comments. David Schuster said that updates that were in carrier labs were halted. Those are updates that have not been approved by carriers. No where does he say they have stopped any current rollouts. Btw, he never once mentions the Moto G afaik.

It seems kinda logical option to stop 4.4.3 and jump to 4.4.4 for moto devices . To me it doesn't matter if they are gonna take 2 - 3 weeks to rollout . It's understandable. As long as the new upgrade patches the holes for network drop outs and the new update is well tested

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i dont think it will take that long. it will probably be pushed out next week, during or after Google I/O
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It seems kinda logical option to stop 4.4.3 and jump to 4.4.4 for moto devices . To me it doesn't matter if they are gonna take 2 - 3 weeks to rollout . It's understandable. As long as the new upgrade patches the holes for network drop outs and the new update is well tested

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Perhaps, but the Motorola employee never said they were stopping rollouts. He said that updates that were currently in carrier testing were being resubmitted. The updates take up to a month for testing by carriers so obviously they will start the process over with .4 right away. The rollout to non carrier specific devices should not be affected. The .4 update is less than 3mb for the Nexus devices. It is a very small set of changes and there is no reason Motorola would halt the current rollout when the bug being addressed is not new.
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Please use the existing thread for 4.4.3 updates. It's better to keep everything in one thread rather than having multiple threads with near identical discussions (or at least the same topic). http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...770799&page=45

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