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4.4.3 Finally Released!

27th June 2014, 03:30 PM |#281  
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Um, security is good

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27th June 2014, 06:10 PM |#282  
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4.4.4 isnt anything more than a security update

Does the update invalidate the towelroot exploit? I'm not updating if it does.


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30th June 2014, 10:35 PM |#283  
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Just got the OTA of 4.4.3 on my Nexus 7 2013 LTE (deb).

Still nothing for my Nexus 7 2013 LTE.

I originally bought it for a T-Mobile line, but now use it on AT&T. Is the tablet somehow "homed" on T-Mobile? Do I have to insert a T-Mobile SIM card in order to trigger the update?
1st July 2014, 03:27 AM |#284  
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Still nothing for my Nexus 7 2013 LTE.

I originally bought it for a T-Mobile line, but now use it on AT&T. Is the tablet somehow "homed" on T-Mobile? Do I have to insert a T-Mobile SIM card in order to trigger the update?

You shouldn't have too, I have nexus 7 LTE from Verizon. I happen to do a reset just now and when it booted up I connected it to WiFi no sim and I got prompt for 4.4.3 update, was on stock 4.4.2
3rd July 2014, 05:19 PM |#285  
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I got my UK sourced/located LTE 4.4.3 OTA this morning.
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Got the update a couple of days a go and regreted it. Now you cannot watch anything downloaded on BBC iPlayer for more than 15 minutes. After that video starts stuttering. Appartently BBC is aware of that and is working on a solution but my programmes downloaded before might expire by the time it is resolved
6th July 2014, 10:09 PM |#287  
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Still nothing for my Nexus 7 2013 LTE.

I originally bought it for a T-Mobile line, but now use it on AT&T. Is the tablet somehow "homed" on T-Mobile? Do I have to insert a T-Mobile SIM card in order to trigger the update?

Yes, I had to remove the AT&T SIM card. I inserted a T-Mobile card, and upon reboot the tablet immediately spotted the system update, whereas it had seen nothing new when running on the AT&T SIM card.

It is possible that merely removing the SIM card entirely, and rebooting on WiFi only, would have done the same thing--I didn't try that.
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