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im going to go with you got that message due to flashing a 4.4.3 rom then going back to a 4.4.2. rom. im pretty sure when you get a real update it always says are you ready to update to kit kat 4.4.3 or something like that. but i could be wrong. this is just going off of memory, and the fact that you look like you have a custom rom on the phone.

I'm going with that also since i don"t see anything inside the cache folder and indeed i was returning from liquids official KK 4.4.3 build. But since i have been going from AOSP custom roms almost every week I never got this until now. I did read about this bug in CM though. Sorry guys false alarm.
 
 
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