Monday Need To Know: Samsung is testing Android 4.4.3 on the Galaxy S4 & S5
A leaked internal document has surfaced on the internet disclosing that Samsung is in the process of internally testing the new, unannounced Android 4.4.3 update on both the Snapdragon and Exynos-powered variants of the Galaxy S5, together with the LTE-A edition of the Galaxy S4.
In addition to the 4.4.3 update, the document also reveals that the South Korean company is preparing to rollout the much-anticipated 4.4.2 upgrade to several of its former flagship smartphones, including the Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3 Neo, Galaxy Grand 2 and Galaxy Mega.
Thanks to Android Police and its source running a test build of the much-anticipated upgrade on a Nexus 5 we have the full, rumored changelog for the upcoming 4.4.3 update, which can be seen below:
- Frequent data connection dropout fix
- mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes
- Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes
- Power Manager display wakelock fix
- Multiple Bluetooth fixes
- Fix for a random reboot
- App shortcuts sometimes got removed from launcher after update
- USB debugging security fix
- App shortcuts security fix
- Wi-Fi auto-connect fix
- Other camera fixes
- MMS, Email/Exchange, Calendar, People/Dialer/Contacts, DSP, IPv6, VPN fixes
- Stuck in activation screen fix
- Missed call LED fix
- Subtitle fixes
- Data usage graph fix
- Internet telephony fix
- FCC compliance fix
- Miscellaneous fixes
Be sure to check back as we’ll you know the minute the over-the-air update starts rolling out.