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Thank you, it worked perfectly!

I had Franco kernel installed and then used this tool to update to 4.4.4 from 4.4.3. After the update I reflashed SuperSU from recovery and then flashed the test version of Franco kernel from here: http://192.241.177.15/Nexus4/4.4/tests/ (using 'fastboot flash boot boot.img' when phone was in bootloader).
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Stock (unlocked bootloader + root) Nexus 4 running 4.4.3:

Downloaded/unzipped 4.4.4 from OP's link.
Put phone into bootloader mode (turn it off, hold vol up+vol down + power)
Ran flash-all.bat
Rebooted
Put new SuperSU from OP on the phone's internal storage, copied over Enable-LTE zip and the hybrid modem.
Rebooted into recovery mode (same method as bootloader, just hit vol up after you're in bootloader to switch to recovery)
Flashed SuperSU, hybrid radio, Enable-LTE zipe
Rebooted

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Stock (unlocked bootloader + root) Nexus 4 running 4.4.3:

Downloaded/unzipped 4.4.4 from OP's link.
Put phone into bootloader mode (turn it off, hold vol up+vol down + power)
Ran flash-all.bat
Rebooted
Put new SuperSU from OP on the phone's internal storage, copied over Enable-LTE zip and the hybrid modem.
Rebooted into recovery mode (same method as bootloader, just hit vol up after you're in bootloader to switch to recovery)
Flashed SuperSU, hybrid radio, Enable-LTE zipe
Rebooted

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Will I lose priviledges to my custom-kernel too? The kernel supports Android 4.4.4.
 
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Will I lose priviledges to my custom-kernel too? The kernel supports Android 4.4.4.
Just flash your custom kernel afterwards. If it's an image file use fastboot flash boot kernel.img or whatever the name of your kernel is. If it's a zip just flash it in recovery

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Just flash your custom kernel afterwards. If it's an image file use fastboot flash boot kernel.img or whatever the name of your kernel is. If it's a zip just flash it in recovery

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Do I extract it anywhere on my desktop? And windows is kinda blocking my privileges of running the bat file.
 
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Do I extract it anywhere on my desktop? And windows is kinda blocking my privileges of running the bat file.
Kernels can be easily flashed through custom recovery.

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Is this a complete update i.e. will it work if applied on 4.4.2?

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So, after trying myself with Wug toolkit, I can confirm that after a few clicks at my pc and flashing only boot, bootloader and system img files, I managed to upgrade from 4.4.3 to 4.4.4 with no problems.

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I can also confirm that I was on Stock 4.4.3, unlocked and rooted.
I selected the OTA update - knowing that it would remove my root.
I then updated to Wugfresh's latest NRT version http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ (plus any additional updates it requested - like TWRP and boot image)
and then just rooted, following the prompts as normal for a successful update to 4.4.4 without loosing any data.
 
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Is this a complete update i.e. will it work if applied on 4.4.2?

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1 page back, someone said they updated from 4.4.2 and it worked great.
 
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Is this a complete update i.e. will it work if applied on 4.4.2?

Thanks!
I just updated from 4.4.2 using this and it worked like a charm!

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