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We are very excited about 4.4.3 update in the air rolling, but i found in Motorola forum, after updating in 4.4.3 user experiencing a major problem of dropping signal in WiFi rapidly. GPS satellite tracking is very slow around 10 min. of spotting satellite & sometimes battery draining quickly than before. So anyone knows any known bugs about 4.4.3, please share....
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We are very excited about 4.4.3 update in the air rolling, but i found in Motorola forum, after updating in 4.4.3 user experiencing a major problem of dropping signal in WiFi rapidly. GPS satellite tracking is very slow around 10 min. of spotting satellite & sometimes battery draining quickly than before. So anyone knows any known bugs about 4.4.3, please share....

Omg are you kidding me???i dont know what to say i will w8 till i get mine(europe) and then report

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11th June 2014, 01:07 PM |#3  
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Omg are you kidding me???i dont know what to say i will w8 till i get mine(europe) and then report

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yes this is true, you can find it posted by several users in Motorola forum...
https://forums.motorola.com/hives/3ba9b2429c/summary
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Those issues apparently only affect only a minority of users. For me the battery is better than on 4.4.2, I donīt have any wifi drops and GPS is as fast and accurate as ever.
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People are so crazy to get the update . I hope Motorola is looking into this and even though it affects few devices , rolls out another patch or patch further updates .
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Also, if you previously disabled the messaging app and use hangouts, hangouts will be unusable after the update (constant crashes). This happens on the Moto G and Moto X 4.4.3 updates. The only fix is reset all your app preferences and keep the messaging app enabled.
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People are so crazy to get the update . I hope Motorola is looking into this and even though it affects few devices , rolls out another patch or patch further updates .

I think those updates not for moto g it best fit & originally build for nexus, they bluffing us with it.

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Those issues apparently only affect only a minority of users. For me the battery is better than on 4.4.2, I donīt have any wifi drops and GPS is as fast and accurate as ever.

It is true, but we should aware of this for taking update decision, isn't it?

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It is true, but we should aware of this for taking update decision, isn't it?

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Sure, I am not saying that you shouldnīt Just saying that there is nothing to worry about for most...
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I found this should be the proper way of upgrading os probably it will help escaping bugs also.

perform a factory data reset before and after an OS upgrade. And wipe the cache a few times, too.

This advice have been taken from Motorola forum.

https://forums.motorola.com/posts/7c4f0aa2c4

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