Android 4.4 Kitkat Rollout Begins For Nexus 7 And Nexus 10

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Finally Google has officially started rolling out Android 4.4 Kitkat to its Nexus lineup starting with Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. Both Nexus 7 2012 variant and 2013 are slated for the update.

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While as according to the Google LG Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 3G variant will soon get the update as they haven’t revealed the exact date. These going to be the second batch of devices getting the Kitkat update after the already boarded Nexus 5.

As according to the Google, Kitkat update to the Nexus 7 will brings performance boost and users who are facing some problems will be cured after this update.

All of the Nexus devices which are under age of 18 Months since the launch will get the update. Well, Galaxy Nexus users are upset with this Google’s policy. A petition to bring Android 4.4 to the old device is already in the works and has gathered 14,000 signatures last time we checked.

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  1. It seems Google did not properly test Android 5.0 for
    possible problems when downloaded to Nexus 7.

    I have many problems with this so called android update :

    WiFi issues – not working, not remembering security password

    Key board response very very slow

    Unlocking poor and I still don’t know what’s the correct way
    as many random functional errors mask this operation.

    Swipes ignored

    Videos play errors

    etc etc.

    It would be good if Google were to write to all users who
    have upgraded to Android 5.0 to apologise and explain why 5.0 was not fully
    tested before hand. I use my device for business and likely to lose work &
    upset my customers due to this poorly managed android upgrade. Google also
    ought to warn folks not to upgrade until probs are fully sorted. Also can
    Google advise users how to revert back to Kit Kat 4.4x

    Google should reprimand all those responsible for this
    release.

    Regards,

    Jim

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