Android 4.4.3 finds its way

Android 4.4.3 has been rolling out to devices either made by or close to Google, such as the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play Editions, several Motorolas, and of course Google's own Nexus smartphones. Other companies such as Samsung have also detailed their timetables for 4.4.3, but what about some other products that should be getting the 4.3.3 treatment first? 

We are talking about not just other Google Play edition devices like the LG G Pad 8.3 and Moto G GPE version, but also more popular products like the 2012 Nexus 7 LTE and Wi-Fi tables, Google's very own LTE packing small tablet, a slate we were sure would have been among the first to get the update roll out. It wasn't to be in the early rounds of KitKat deployment, but the Nexus 7 LTE hasn't had to wait too long as Google has today sent out the update for its tablets recently. 

To make it clear, these are the 2012 versions of Google's Nexus 7 as last year's models have already received the 4.3.3 patch. If you are the owner of the original 7 then you should be seeing an automatic download for 4.3.3, but if not you can always hit up the manual download method by going into the Settings app and checking for a new update. 


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