Android 4.4.1 KitKat closer to release, possible bug fixes


It hasn’t been long since Google released the latest version of its mobile operating system that currently is only available via Nexus devices or special versions of flagship handsets, but already it seems the Android 4.4.1 KitKat update is closer to release with some possible bug fixes in tow.

The Android 4.4 update has been reaching various Nexus devices but a minor update to the KitKat operating system has been spotted in server logs, and running on the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and Nexus 7 devices.

These devices were spotted by 9to5Google with the hardware checking into servers from Santa Clara, California and started just after November 15th, but these were only scattered visits. Now though more recently these visits have been increasing significantly, and besides the Nexus hardware an unknown device has been seen running Android 4.4.1.

This could be the HTC One Google Edition that we mentioned yesterday has been tipped to receive the new firmware in the coming weeks. It is not known what the new version of KitKat will bring to the platform but it is thought to contain the various bug fixes to address the issues we heard about recently along with some performance improvements.

Hopefully with the latest version of Android OEMs and Google can push out the firmware updates a lot more quickly than previously especially if the software needs some bug fixes.

Have you had any issues with Android 4.4 KitKat?

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