Growing Android 4.4.2 problems raises new update calls


No matter what mobile platform you are using, sometimes due to the complexity of the software things can sometimes not work as they should, and the growing Android 4.4.2 KitKat problems raises new update calls.

Issues started to emerge a while ago now and have been affecting numerous Nexus devices away from the problems that have met branded hardware, and this includes issues for the Nexus 4 as well as the Nexus 5.

The Nexus 5 has been hit with a battery drain issue and an annoying camera problem while capturing video has also emerged. There have also been problems for owners of the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 that have experienced patchy Wi-Fi connections among many other issues.

It seems as if Android KitKat has been one of the most buggy Android versions released so far, and while we have heard talk that Android 4.5 will arrive in the summer there are calls for Google to release Android 4.4.3 as soon as possible.

Have you had issues with Android 4.4.2?

Source: GottaBe Mobile.


7 thoughts on “Growing Android 4.4.2 problems raises new update calls”

  1. Batezy says:

    I am using Samsung galaxy S4. Updated yesterday to 4.2.2. To be honest I’m not that happy with it. It actually deleted apps from my phone, don’t know how or why this has happened. Also upon going to the Play Store to redownload the missing apps it doesn’t show I have ever downloaded them! Mystery! Plus all my emails that were saved on my device have disappeared, hopefully not deleted from my actual email account…. Ive learnt never to expect a easy experience from any update on any format!

  2. Marty says:

    All my apps have being moved around and any any video I watch on youtube is in black and white so not happy with the new update what so ever.

  3. Ehitram says:

    I have an LG G2. I recently updated to 4.4.2 and now I am not able to access any mobile internet. Wifi usage is fine however I cannot use my data network. Has anyone else had this?

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