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Nexus 10 4.4.3 out

13th June 2014, 01:46 AM |#51  
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I used wugfresh to reroot after I did OTA for 4.4.3. Other than getting the updated files for the toolkit, it was super as always. I'm shocked how well 4.4.3 works compared to 4.4.2.


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14th June 2014, 05:44 PM |#52  
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Never even noticed how it changed to 4.4.3 on Omni
I'm using OmniROM for most of my devices so updates come pretty much daily and I allow them to go through perhaps once a week.
Wanted to check 4.4.3 availability early last week and only then noticed it had already updated to 4.4.3 on June 10th without a hitch.

Worked perfectly with N10, N7(2012), Galaxy Note 1, Oppo Find 5, but I lost WiFi completely on Nexus 4. Went forth and back a couple of times between 4.4.2 and 4.4.3 (just a cache wipe required) and, yes, WiFi was lost exactly at the 4.4.3 cutover: No big deal with try again later.

On the N10 I haven't noticed a glitch nor much of any difference in terms of performance or battery. But then I tend to have an very minimal set of Google apps and SPB 3D for a launcher, which helps to stay out of trouble.
17th June 2014, 06:31 PM |#53  
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Android 4.4.3
I am using AOKP's latest nightly which includes updates for 4.4.3. I have a few apps that FC on me now with 4.4.3. At first I did a dirty flash and then went back and did a clean install. I got the same results. I then went back to the previous 4.4.2 nightly and it worked again.

I was just curious if anyone is having any app FCs on the stock 4.4.3?
17th June 2014, 07:46 PM |#54  
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4.4.3 has been very stable for me. Better than 4.4.2 for me where I always had to do a reboot every day.

So far since the last update over a week ago I only needed to reboot the device once. Still room for improvement as the device should have not rebooted but it is progress

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18th June 2014, 06:02 AM |#55  
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Originally Posted by springy

4.4.3 has been very stable for me. Better than 4.4.2 for me where I always had to do a reboot every day.

So far since the last update over a week ago I only needed to reboot the device once. Still room for improvement as the device should have not rebooted but it is progress

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You're lucky. After upgrading I'm experiencing auto-reboots every day
18th June 2014, 05:34 PM |#56  
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No reboots but adfree no longer blocking ads via hosts file on chrome... was working beautifully with 4.4.2 but not any more....

anyone else seeing this with Adfree and 4.4.3?
19th June 2014, 03:15 PM |#57  
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No reboots but adfree no longer blocking ads via hosts file on chrome... was working beautifully with 4.4.2 but not any more....

anyone else seeing this with Adfree and 4.4.3?

It's still working for me. Check that 'Reduce data usage' didn't get enabled in the Chrome settings.
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