We recently reported that the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 were spotted running the new Android 4.4.3 version. This new Android version is not going to bring a change in the UI or new features but will fix most of the bugs present on the current Android version.
A changelog of the upcoming Android 4.4.3 has been leaked with many fixes, which again reassures us that we will surely see the new update soon. Along with the changelog, the source also posted a screenshot from a Nexus 5 running Android 4.4.3. Below is the list of the changes expected in the new version though there might be more changes as well.
Google has just posted a new changelog that shows all the new features and enhancements made to Android 4.2 Jellybean. Along with the lock screen widgets, redesigned clock, and quick settings in the notifications bar there are even more tweaks that have been included in the latest version of Android. Some of the lesser known updates include added tweaks to TalkBack such as the ability to enable it from the power menu, ‘Gesture Mode’ to reliably navigate the UI using touch and swipe gestures in combination with speech output, and BrailleBack for full braille services. Hit the source link for the full list and let us know what changes you like most in the comments below.
Source: 4.2 JellyBean Changelog
Rumours this morning were that Motorola is working on a soak test for a Droid 3 software update. It looks like the team have been working fast as Verizon has just posted the official changelog online. Firmware version 5.7.905 is on the horizon and you might just want to make sure you have plenty of battery charge and a wifi connection for this one as it’s a whopping 224MB in size. One might hope that such a sizeable update might bring some Ice Cream Sandwich goodness but no such luck I’m afraid. The update is primarily bug fixes, security patches, stability improvements as well as tweaks to some apps, call quality and camera performance. You can see the full details in the image above.
Keep your eyes peeled for the OTA arriving and get hitting that ‘check now’ button. Be sure to let us know how the update works out for you in the comments below.
source : Verizon
Owners of the Motorola Droid X might want to start hitting the ‘check now’ button in the system updates menu as Verizon has just released the change-log for the impending 4.5.621 update.
The OTA update is set to bring a number of bug fixes and systems enhancements to improve on the device’s previous gingerbread update. Highlights include browser improvements, music player stability, improved OTA push as well as the promise of less memory issues and force closes.
It may not be as exciting as an update to ICS however there are certainly some major improvements worth getting your hands on. The update weighs in at 15MB and should only take 5-15 minutes to download.
Check out the change-log as well as a handy guide on how to install in the link below.
source : verizon
Finally, DROID2 Global owners can breathe easy again as the Gingerbread update they were promised back in September, only to have it yanked away due to a Microsoft Exchange encryption issue, is getting rolled on out…again. Users will be prompted to update their device to build 4.5.608 with the new OTA update, which will have the same changelog as last time.
If you haven’t been prompted yet and can’t wait another minute, follow these instructions to check on your update: Settings > Software Update > Check New.
Hit the break to check out the changelog.
DROID2 Global owners were left with nothing less than utter frustration after their Gingerbread update was yanked away last month due to a Microsoft Exchange encryption issue that was discovered at the last minute. For those of you that didn’t have a chance to blast your way to Gingerbread before its sudden removal, rest assured – your time is coming. A support document showing a new build of 4.5.608 has been approved and the OTA update (with the same changelog as before) should be available within the next week.
If you are chomping at the bit and don’t want to wait to be prompted, follow these instructions to check on your update: Settings > Software Update > Check New.
Hit the break for the changelog and leave us a comment if you have success with your update.
The long wait seems to be over for Motorola Droid Pro owners that have been anxious for their own steamy slice of Gingerbread. Verizon has now posted the software changelog for the device and users are already reporting success with the update. Just follow these instructions if you haven’t yet been prompted:
Settings > Software Update > Check New.
Jump past the break for the full changelog.