Things to expect from Android 4.4.3 update

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android-kitkatGoogle has been pretty good about bringing updates to the Android operating system in regular intervals as long as they are not to fix some major bug emergency.  The latest was the Android 4.4.2 KitKat software and that brought just a couple of minor things along with it.  Since that was released earlier this year, many have been looking ahead to the next update which is expected to be the Android 4.4.3 and what it will bring for smartphones and tablets powered by the Android operating software.  The update is expected to replace the Android 4.4.2 when it arrives.

Google has yet to announce the update officially, but everyone knows that it is coming.  Usually the company releases an updated piece of software with the latest device that hits the market.  With that being said it could come with the new Nexus 6 later this year or even before that if the company decides that the Nexus 6 deserves Android 5.0 when it arrives.  The Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10 are all expected to be updated right away with the Moto X and Moto G devices to follow shortly after that.

The Google Play Editions of any other smartphone o the market will be getting updated just as fast with the latest version of the software.  The rumors have started to flow around online about the update but none of them point to the actual release date.  That is going to have to come directly from Google when they are ready to let the public know they can expect it.  Most of the time, the minor updates, like this one, will be announced as it is rolling out to devices the same day.  It really needs no other introduction than that.

Two weeks ago, Sprint beat all of the other major mobile carriers to the punch with the Android 4.4.3 KitKat software going out to those that have the Nexus 5 on its network.    Google added the Edu Device Setup Application to the Google Play Store.  The update brought support for Google Spreadsheets, Android 4.4.2 and non-Nexus tablets and minor user interface updates and bug fixes.  Shortly after Sprint brought the attention to the update, the company was forced to delay it for unknown reasons.  Users with Nexus branded devices can expect a typical Google update roll out.

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