Posted by Hammad S. 7 months ago

Android 4.4.3 spotted on Samsung’s developer website


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Android 4.4.3 is said to be in works, and is expected to roll out for Nexus devices in the coming weeks. If you remember, a Samsung handset with SM-G906 model number was spotted on AnTuTu benchmark, said to be a variant of the Galaxy S5 Prime, running Android 4.4.3. Now, the upcoming version of Android has been spotted on Samsung’s developer website, which shows a workaround to solve issues with the ConsumerIrManager for devices running anything below Android 4.4.3. The details about Android 4.4.3 are pretty scarce at the moment, but it’s still a good thing to see that Samsung is cooking up the new update and could be the first manufacturer to roll it out to devices.

We’ll update you as soon as we get any information about the rollout of the new update for Samsung handsets. However, since Android 4.4.3 is expected to be mostly for bug fixes for Nexus devices, don’t expect to see anything noticeably new.

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8 comments on “Android 4.4.3 spotted on Samsung’s developer website

  1. AdL2012 7 months ago said:

    S4 i9505 will recive this update?

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  2. flotaa 7 months ago said:

    same sm-g906a your editor in ceef called fale under the video ?

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    • Abhijeet M. 7 months ago said:

      If the Editor-in-Chief did it on his Twitter account, it isn’t the opinion of the entire team of SamMobile, or of the site. That is his personal account, so there is no use berating what he said over here. :)

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  3. ibakirov 7 months ago said:

    We don’t expect new features from Samsung, because they use 18 month policy for upgrade(and it is arguable because Android 4.4.2 released in 18 month period for S3). We expect major bug fixes from upstream Android in our current firmwares most of them are security fixes. One of over 18 million solf S3 user :(

    What will do Samsung if major security hole would found in firmware but devices are not in 18 month upgrade circle?

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  4. RoccoFazzari 7 months ago said:

    che non e del tutto chiaro tutto questo e due giorni che cerco di installare un nuovo firmware ok grazie

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