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4.4.4? Already?

1st July 2014, 07:31 PM |#1  
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I just updated KitKat to 4.4.3 a few weeks back. Is there really already a 4.4.4 update? I saw this here, but I couldn't tell if 4.4.4 is intended for the Moto X or not.
 
 
1st July 2014, 09:11 PM |#2  
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The first few paragraphs of that link provide you with all the info you asked

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1st July 2014, 09:11 PM |#3  
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Looks like the article was just mentioning the devices that got 4.4.3. I doubt carriers are going to go through the trouble of testing and rolling out 4.4.4 for the X if they've already put out 4.4.3. I think that's why they only confirmed the GPe Moto G for 4.4.4. Just my guess.

Does anyone know if the SSL bug got fixed in our 4.4.3?

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The first few paragraphs of that link provide you with all the info you asked

Well, yes and no. I still can't figure out if there's going to be a 4.4.4 for the Moto X. No big deal, apparently, but I'd like to know. If I were hit by a bus tomorrow, for instance, I'd hate to leave this earth without having first gotten the latest Android update for my phone.
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Well, yes and no. I still can't figure out if there's going to be a 4.4.4 for the Moto X. No big deal, apparently, but I'd like to know. If I were hit by a bus tomorrow, for instance, I'd hate to leave this earth without having first gotten the latest Android update for my phone.

The last news for today: https://forums.motorola.com/posts/a0e130cc79
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3rd July 2014, 05:56 PM |#6  
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Great news but I through the X was the flagship and not the G. Why the G is always updated before it?

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Great news but I through the X was the flagship and not the G. Why the G is always updated before it?

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Yes, I find that weird too, I mean no disrespect to G or E owners but why X is prioritize last?
Also what does that mean "Indian users", what the hell will happen to users of elsewhere?
4th July 2014, 05:42 AM |#8  
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Yes, I find that weird too, I mean no disrespect to G or E owners but why X is prioritize last?
Also what does that mean "Indian users", what the hell will happen to users of elsewhere?

Its written Indian users because our phones are not bound by any carrier . So we receive our updates from Motorola directly. For other carrier based phones it depends on the carriers and not Motorola.

Also its little weird that Moto E is getting the update before X, Since X being the flagship phone :/
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Its written Indian users because our phones are not bound by any carrier . So we receive our updates from Motorola directly. For other carrier based phones it depends on the carriers and not Motorola.

Also its little weird that Moto E is getting the update before X, Since X being the flagship phone :/

Guess that updating Moto G and E prior Mot X is rather a technical issue than question of a privilege. Moto X with its 8 core computing system needs much more adaptation than other ones, which based mostly on the plain AOSP . That's also the reason why is so difficult to mod a useful custom ROM for Moto X with full stock functionality.
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