Android 4.4.3 update purportedly detailed in leaked changelog

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Android 4.4.3 update purportedly detailed in leaked changelog
The first details of Google's next Android update have supposedly been revealed via a leak of the purported changelog.

Android Police has received the alleged changelog of the next Android 4.4.3 update through a source that claims that the Google's next Android update is primarily for bug fixes.

One of the major fixes that the next Android 4.4.3 update is said to bring is the 'mm-qcamera-daemon' crash and optimization fixes. Earlier, the Nexus 5 smartphone was noted to be affected by a new battery drain issue, which Google claimed was due to high CPU usage of the 'mm-qcamera-daemon' process that led to the battery dying sooner than expected. It's worth pointing out that the 'mm-qcamera-daemon' issue was said to be affecting all Android 4.4 KitKat-based and Qualcomm-powered devices.

Other fixes include frequent data connection dropout fix; camera focus in regular and HDR modes fix; power manager display wake lock fix; multiple Bluetooth fixes; random boot fix; USB debugging security fix; app shortcuts security fix; Wi-Fi auto-connect fix; more camera fixes; missed call LED fix; data usage graph fix; fix for MMS, email/exchange, calendar, people/dialler/contacts, DSP, IPv6, VPN, and other miscellaneous fixes.

Android Police has also posted a screenshot from the Nexus 5 smartphone that shows the device running Android 4.4.3.

We assume that the Mountain View giant is testing the next Android build and the update can be expected to be rolled out soon. However, no exact rollout date has been revealed as of yet.

An earlier report hinted that Google has been considering adding business-specific features to its next Android iteration, aiming to challenge companies that already offer such services - such as BlackBerry, Apple and Samsung.

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