Android 4.4.2 build KJT49K spotted in the wild

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#2

Interesting.

I’ve had Android 4.4.2 build number KOT49H on my Nexus 7 (2013) for quite some time now which according to that methodology would seem to be the same date but an earlier version.

It was updated very soon after the first KitKat update.

I wonder what the differences are? :slight_smile:

[B]Wombler[/B]


#3

don’t know but it was most likely a mistaken release. the reporter is part of the chromium team and most likely has a dev unit build.

we may get a 4.4.2 nexus update soon to fix the flac playback problems.


#4

Still waiting for my Android O/S update but so far I haven’t gotten message there is a update for it.


#5

Differences between 4.3 and 4.4

The battery indicator is now grey instead of green

(HTC One)


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[QUOTE=Mr. Brownstone;2717961]Differences between 4.3 and 4.4

The battery indicator is now grey instead of green

(HTC One)[/QUOTE]

I thought it was far clearer (and more attractive looking) when it was coloured.

I must admit I thought at the time I upgraded, that I can’t see the logic behind changing this.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#7

[QUOTE=Wombler;2718029]I thought it was far clearer (and more attractive looking) when it was coloured.

I must admit I thought at the time I upgraded, that I can’t see the logic behind changing this.

[B]Wombler[/B][/QUOTE]

Agreed :slight_smile: i also cant see any os changes apart from this no joke, havent noticed any speed increases maybe as i always have power saver mode enabled?


#8

I had a problem with one of the core Google apps not sleeping properly and affecting battery life but this thankfully was fixed with the update.

[B]Wombler[/B]


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[QUOTE=Mr. Brownstone;2717961]Differences between 4.3 and 4.4

The battery indicator is now grey instead of green

(HTC One)[/QUOTE]

And another thing changed,IMHO,much more important…:eek:

my reason to stay on 4.3


#10

[QUOTE=roadworker;2718432]And another thing changed,IMHO,much more important…:eek:

my reason to stay on 4.3[/QUOTE]

I have to retract my statement…I’m also on 4.4.2 now,OmegaDroid version:bigsmile:
But in my defense,Xposed Installer has the excellent AppOppsXposed module,which can take care of those app permissions in KitKat…:bow:


#11

[QUOTE=roadworker;2726625]I have to retract my statement…I’m also on 4.4.2 now,OmegaDroid version:bigsmile:
But in my defense,Xposed Installer has the excellent AppOppsXposed module,which can take care of those app permissions in KitKat…:bow:[/QUOTE]

Glad to hear that worked out well for you but 4.4.3. is expected to be on the way very soon now. :slight_smile:

Does that app requires root access?

[B]Wombler[/B]


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[QUOTE=Wombler;2726774]Glad to hear that worked out well for you but 4.4.3. is expected to be on the way very soon now. :slight_smile:

http://club.myce.com/f198/nexus-7-also-receives-android-4-4-3-update-3-day-old-build-ktu83-spotted-335787/ [/QUOTE]

THX Wombler!I’m pretty confident that OmegaDroid will cover 4.4.3 too…:bigsmile:

[QUOTE=Wombler;2726774]Does that app requires root access?
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Yes it does…but it opens a whole new dimension of android…:iagree: