Ever since that nasty 4.4.2 battery draining camera bug began rearing its ugly head, we knew Google’s plans to soon release an update dealing with it. After Android 4.4.3 was spotted making the rounds, it looks like that could be sooner rather than later. The folks at the TuttoAndroid made the discovery today, after coming across the new firmware after it was logged accessing another site.
The new build — said to be KTU72B — was further confirmed by Llabtoofer, a popular Android dev known for regularly obtaining leaked Android builds. Still under testing, Llabtoofer mentions it will more than likely fix that 4.4.2 camera bug, with Mike1986_ on Twitter (another Android dev) mentioning that changes will be small, and that it should be arriving relatively soon.
In case you were hoping a completely overhauled camera app would find itself added to the mix, it’s not likely. Because there’s no such thing as perfect, is there anything you would have liked to have seen Google address in Android 4.4.3 (besides the battery draining bug)?
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TAGS: Android 4.4.3 KitKat , Nexus 5