With most versions of Android, we're not used to seeing a changelog until a few hours after the AOSP code has been fully uploaded and somebody has had time to generate a comprehensive list. Imagine our surprise when such a list for KitKat 4.4.3 was discovered simply lying around on Google's servers. The file, named KK-MR2_changelist.txt, is located amidst Android's platform documentation. This is something of a first, since we'll actually learn about what's to come before the code is even available.


The changelog was first added 3 weeks ago, but it may not have been uploaded to AOSP until more recently. Judging by the build numbers listed and the relative position of the 4.4.3 tag, there's a good chance KTU70 is going to be the final release. That particular version would have been built on March 11th (build number parser).

This changelog seems to contain every accepted modification since KitKat 4.4, not just those from 4.4.2 - and at 5293 lines of text, it's certainly not a quick read. We'll be working on cutting it down to just the new submissions, but in the meantime, everybody is welcome to do their own looking around. Developers often leave clever or witty remarks, so be on the lookout for a couple of good laughs.

7503e73 4.4.3 is MR2, version boogaloo!

It's fairly common for Google to ship one final update to the Nexus family in the weeks leading up to a major release, which we can probably expect for I/O 2014. In other words, don't be too surprised if a flood of updates begins rolling out really soon.

Update: Google has taken down the changelog, but there is a copy mirrored on Github.

[Changelog (dead) & Description] [mirror]

Thanks, the_commenter.

Cody Toombs
Cody is a Software Engineer and Writer with a mildly overwhelming obsession with smartphones and the mobile world. If he’s been pulled away from the computer for any length of time, you might find him talking about cocktails and movies, sometimes resulting in the consumption of both.

  • James_C_L

    Does anyone know they will continue to support the OG N7?

    • Jordan Khoviteri-Zadeh

      As of IO, the original Nexus 7 will be 2 years old. It might get the next update, but nothing after that.

      • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

        Says you, and I implore you not to mention the Galaxy Nexus which lost support due to the chip maker (Texas Instruments) ending support.

        • Daryn S.

          Actually, says Google - https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/4457705?hl=en "Devices may not receive the latest version of Android if they fall outside of the update window, traditionally around 18 months after a device release."

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            They say "May not" they don't say "will not". Is that not glaringly obvious to you?

          • Daryn S.

            But the poster asked and it's as best an estimate as anyone will get - vastly better than your argument against, which is based on absolutely nothing.

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            No argument just stating that you don't have any ground to answer.

          • Daryn S.

            Oh but Google does, and did. Bye then.

          • Blue Sun

            Has there been any devices to get a non-security patch past the 18 months stated above? I can't think of any (except the 1+ year delay of Jelly Bean 4.1 to the Verizon Motorola Xoom).

          • Simon Belmont

            Yup. Nexus S got Android 4.1 after 20 months.

            I think it's definitely possible the 2012 N7 will see one last big update. But it's just a guess at this point.

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            FYI the Nexus S enjoyed 20 months of support

          • Daryn S.

            Sorry, did you fail to check the Google site on this? It specifically mentions "Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10" as getting 18 month update cycles, which tells me they probably changed their approach to the Nexus range after the S was released in 2010.

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            I'm not claiming to be right just that Google will do what Google will do and none of us know for certain exactly what that is

          • NinoBr0wn

            You're not claiming to be right, but you're telling everyone they are wrong, even though you don't have the answer. Even if Google is the best source for the info he's looking for, he's not getting an answer from them. This is the comment section. A question was asked, and people answered it to their best knowledge, the same knowledge we all have on the subject. It's not even an educated guess, it's based directly on what Google has stated. There shouldn't be any reason to argue.

          • Christopher Mason

            It says "may not" and "traditionally". I doubt the Nexus 7 2012 will stop being supported. Is the most popular Nexus device to date.

        • Evan Wickes

          google mentioned they have 18 month update cycles. not sure if the OG N7 will get the update to 4.5/5.0. the fact TI exited the business clouds the issue, but again, they stated 18 months.

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            They didn't say they will definitely discontinue support, but I digress let's revisit this after the next update is finished rolling out rather than any of us saying what someone else definitely will or won't do in the future.

        • Andrew

          I thought Google Glass used the same TI chip that the Galaxy Nexus used and was just updated to KitKat.

          • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

            4460 vs 4430

        • Patruns

          I see several mentions of the Nexus 10. Suspect this will be the last update for that as we are at about 18 months now.

      • Simon Belmont

        I agree. It's probably close enough that it might get a shoo in for the next major version of Android.

        There was evidence, apparently, of Google testing KitKat on the Galaxy Nexus, but they probably figured it wasn't worth the effort, and were on the fence about it. When TI abandoned the OMAP4360, that was the nail in the coffin. As far as I know the non-LTE Tegra 3 in the 2012 N7 is still supported by Nvidia. There's definitely a chance.

    • http://www.twitter.com/joshuaworth Joshua Worth

      Only Google knows the answer to your question.

    • Simon Belmont

      I have a 2012 N7 32GB. I have a feeling it'll see one more major update before Google drops it (probably the one at I/O).

      That would mean it saw 5 majors versions of Android which is pretty good. If they updated it in the fall, too, I'd jizz in my pants.

  • siddude11

    "In other words, don't be too surprised if a flood of updates begins rolling out really soon."

    • Fatal1ty_93_RUS

      You, sir, have won the internet

  • Guillaume
    • Fatal1ty_93_RUS

      Obligatory gif

  • Daire O Connor

    Line 3903 for the Nexus 5 seems to have solved the hissing while recording video problem
    eb4b198 Less noise on CAMCORDER audio recording source

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

      Good catch! Once that rolls out and it's tested, we can update that Bug Watch from ages ago.

      • Daire O Connor

        No problem! Good to see they are fixing whats most asked for!

      • John

        ...KitKat 4.4.3 was discovered simply laying around on...

        lying* around not laying.


        • NF

          Things lay, people lie.

          • John

            Yikes. Time for you to hit up Google, man.

          • Writer

            LAY is an action, a thing you do to something else. It means ‘put’ or ‘place.’ That makes it a transitive verb--a verb that has to have a direct object. You lay your coat on the bed, lay yourself down to sleep, or lay the blame somewhere--the coat, self, and blame are the direct objects. You can’t lay on the couch. LAY is also slang for having sex--and still requires a direct object.

            Simple present tense: lay(s). The boy lays his book down. We lay our guests' coats on the bed. The pavers lay asphalt in twelve-foot sections.
            Simple past tense: laid. The sheriff laid the print-out on the dashboard. Marie laid down the flyswatter. Jared laid plenty of girls--in his imagination.
            Simple future tense: will lay. He’ll lay the baby in her crib after she falls asleep. We will lay miles of concrete during the project.
            Present perfect tense: has/have laid. She has laid her map on the counter. That slut has laid every guy in town. The army has laid down their arms. We have laid our terms before the trustees.
            Past perfect tense: had laid. Sir Walter had laid his cloak over the puddle. I had laid my glasses somewhere.
            Future perfect tense: will have laid. The farmer’s hens will have laid a million eggs by July. The company will have laid enough pipe to circle the globe.
            Present progressive tense (for an action which is ongoing): am/is/are laying. Shelly is laying out napkins. I’m laying bricks this summer. You’relaying bratwurst on sourdough?
            Past progressive tense (for an action which is ongoing): was/were laying. Joe was laying tile. You were laying cheerleaders?
            Future progressive tense: will be laying. Murray will be laying carpet until Bob comes back to work. If he tells the truth, James will be laying a lot of guilt at his ex’s feet.
            Present perfect progressive tense: has/have been laying. Union workers have been laying the groundwork for the agreement. The whole frat has been laying campus cuties. Father Anselm has been laying prayer books on the pews.
            Past perfect progressive tense: had been laying. The drag racer had been laying rubber since he was sixteen. Gretel had been laying breadcrumbs to mark the way.
            Future perfect progressive tense: will have been laying. By fall, I will have been laying my life on the line for two years. Sharon will have beenlaying rose petals most of the morning.
            Present participle, used as an adjective: laying. The man laying sewer pipes wipes his brow. We averted our eyes from the homeless guy laying out his blankets.
            Past participle, used as an adjective: laid. Laid in rows, the bodies had begun to rot. Lint covered the towels laid in anticipation of my visit.

            LIE is a situation, a way a thing can exist. It means ‘rest on a surface’ or ‘be situated.’ That makes it an intransitive verb--a verb that can’t have a direct object. You lie on the couch, or the goal lies within reach. The past tense of lie is lay, which is undoubtedly where the confusion comes from.

            Simple present: lie(s). Antoine lies in wait. I lie on the sofa. You lie there like a dead fish. The backpack lies by the door, daring me to leave.
            Simple past tense: lay. The seeds lay dormant all winter. We lay in bed that night, not speaking. No, you lay in the hammock, remember?
            Simple future tense: will lie. The catatonic patient will lie motionless for hours. Will you lie in bed all day? The books will lie there until somebody picks them up.
            Present perfect tense: has/have lain. A clue has lain in the tomb for centuries. She has lain in the darkened room, seeing only her children. Cows have always lain in clover.
            Past perfect tense: had lain. The key had lain there unseen. He’d lain shivering through the night. The answer had lain in Ed’s files all along.
            Future perfect tense: will have lain. The rocks will have lain undisturbed until excavation begins. Soon the volcano will have lain dormant twenty years, but we won’t rebuild.
            Present progressive tense (for an action which is ongoing): lying. The baby is lying in her crib. We’re lying on the sand. I’m lying there exhausted, ignoring the sirens.
            Past progressive tense (for a past action which is ongoing): was lying. While his son mowed, Larry was lying on the porch listening to the game. The sniper was lying in wait until an officer came into range.
            Future progressive tense (for a future action which is ongoing): will be lying. The tickets will be lying right here. This mess will be lying here waiting for you.
            Present perfect progressive tense: has/have been lying. The fossil has been lying unnoticed. The catfish has been lying on the river bottom. Gold nuggets have been lying near the mother lode.
            Past perfect progressive tense: had been lying. Bits of bone had been lying among the cinders. Miriam had been lying in the hospital, bored out of her mind.
            Future perfect progressive tense: will have been lying. The wedding dress will have been lying on Mandy’s bed for a year next Tuesday.
            Present participle, used as an adjective: lying. Lying inert, Sandy’s cow could not be moved. The boy lying beneath the trees could be hurt.
            Past participle, used as an adjective: lain. The tenor picks up the roses lain center stage by his fans. We walked right into the trap lain for us.

            So technically, it should be lying.
            I need to go outside.

          • Matthew Fry

            I really hope you pasted at least some of that from another source. If not, you really need to go outside. Regardless, I bow to you as my Grammar Superior.

            He was right, though. People are liars.

          • DirkBelig

            Nice to see that English degree in action. Is my coffee ready? ;-)

          • Fatal1ty_93_RUS

            Can you give a TL/DR version?

          • Hadi

            so deep...

          • Mkvarner

            I never lie.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

          Yeah, that's what happens after 3 days with almost no sleep :)

    • Armando Rodriguez

      Ah you beat me to it, it is at line 3903 to be specific :D

  • Shamu

    "249d965 I feel like my clang is especially sensitive to unused variables."

    Oh Google haha

    • chenxiaolong

      It's most likely referring to the Clang C/C++ compiler frontend for LLVM: http://clang.llvm.org/ :)

  • Armando Rodriguez

    A lot of mm-camera fixes and changes and "less noise when recording video"

    Less video noise at https://android-review.googlesource.com/#/c/91274/1/src/source/changes/KK-MR2_changelist.txt@3903

  • Adrian Meredith

    This looks interesting.... full opengl support coming???

    6f3a14d Add OpenGL 4.4 support to SkNativeGLContext and GrGLCreateNativeInterface android versions.
    Support MSAA4 and (non-ES) OpenGL in Android SampleApp

    • mikeym0p

      That'd be sweet for full size devices, and with Android getting closer to mainline it'd be awesome to see Steam, and PC title games ported to Linux running on Android.

      • Pierre Gardin

        Most PC games are still DirectX based.

        • Christoforos Panos

          "Most windows games are still directx based." There, fixed that for ya!

          • Pierre Gardin

            Right. I forgot about the killer apps xbill and Tux Kart. (don't yell at me, I love Linux, but there's next to no game on it).

          • guest

            Games are for overgrown teenagers. I don't think you realize the significance of the phrase "(non-ES) OpenGL". There's whole in industries built on top of OpenGL but the crippled OpenGLES has been inhibiting them going mobile!

          • jaduncan

            I have around 150 Linux games on Steam. None of them are Tux Kart.

        • mikeym0p

          There is a compiler level abstraction layer in active development to serve as a catalyst to the broadening interest in an OpenGL transition.
          I dont see why it wasn't the common sense choice once oGL and dx started competing with eachother.

    • reverend_house

      Check Andrew M's comment on this post http://www.droid-life.com/2014/05/08/is-flounder-the-codename-for-the-next-nexus/

      This fits well with Flounder (the HTC made Nexus 8) having a Tegra K1 processor! 64-bit + Kepler desktop class GPU. Truly exciting http://www.anandtech.com/show/7622/nvidia-tegra-k1

  • Roberto Giunta

    Not to be unfair but it took them long enough.

    A bug fix update with some pretty annoying ones like the "mm-qcamera-daemon" one shouldn't take 6 months to fix (4.4.2 came out in early December). I know this isn't iOS (and I personally are happy about that) but a few more frequent updates wouldn't be bad.

    How does the bug fixing work? Are the devs who are working on 4.5 the same who do the bug fixes or do they have their own 'bug fix team'?

    • siddude11

      Android is so complex you just can't push updates within 2-3 months and what if they do something wrong and fuck our devices so they patently squash all the bugs. :)

      • Pierre Gardin

        Well, what about squashing only the biggest bugs and releasing fixes earlier like any other company does? It took MS less than a month to fix and ship the latest IE vulnerability.

        • namen

          because money. It's cheaper for a company to wait for enough people to complain than to just go ahead and fix it.

          And besides, they can't be bothered showing down ie 12 or whatever.

          • Mike Reid

            Yeah, Google knows money.

            And people keep buying Nexus's, so why should they change ?

            Nexus is a big beta program.

        • Simon Belmont

          True. I just view them as Service Packs.

          They gather up a bunch of fixes to a bunch of bugs and release them all at once. That said, I agree there are some really critical bug fixes that should get pushed quicker.

    • Cesar B

      The difference is Android has bugs annoying to the user. Apple has complete system vulnerabilities that compromise their entire system and user's private data. Apple devices are more prone to being hijacked so they tend to patch those up pretty quick. They also have their own bugs that don't get updated that quickly either.

    • mikeym0p

      The only thing I dont like is that a new major version change comes really close in time to the point where they finish the bug fix series on the previous version.

      It is of course the user's choice to upgrade, but since Android asks you to upgrade, and in theory Google's platforms are automatically up to date. I too would prefer more frequent bugfix releases with fewer fixes.

  • Pdiddy187

    3903. eb4b198 Less noise on CAMCORDER audio recording source

    Really my only complaint with the N5.

    • Simon Belmont

      Oh, my God. Finally. :D

      That has been driving me nuts since I got my day one Nexus 5. I have actually rarely taken a video because of it. :(

  • Daire O Connor

    Looks like the dialer is also being updated. Line 3061 New appearance and look and feel for dialpad.

    • Marsg

      Probably going with the new circular push button icons that we saw in the Google app updates.

      • Tydilicious

        Found in the changelog :
        project packages/apps/Calendar
        4329c74 Use the holodark assets/ colors instead of hololight

    • Matthew Fry

      Damn. Does that mean they aren't releasing it on the play store? I hate the Samsung dialer.

      • Daire O Connor

        Try contacts+, It's not exactly holo but when I had my S4 I used it as a replacement and I liked it.

  • Steve

    4369. project vendor/nvidia/proprietary-tegra4/ Which device could this be for?

    • Churchill

      Nvidia Shield?

    • CoreRooted

      Most likely it's the "flounder" device which is believed to be a HTC made Nexus tablet.

      • Steve

        So, it's like likely to be a Tegra4 SoC in there?

        • Grahaman27

          probably not.

    • heat361

      I have reasons to believe that android TV set top box will be using a tegra 4. There is stuff in the change log that gives the impression that "molly" will use a tegra chip set.

  • Pierre Gardin

    "It's fairly common for Google to ship one final update to the Nexus family in the weeks leading up to a major release"


    "It's fairly common for Google to ship Android firmwares for Nexus phones that contain bugs concerning vital components such as NFC, Bluetooth, camera and GPS"

  • tokuiten

    Please tell me they fixed the data connection dropout bug...

    Thanks to that bug, my Nexus 5 is effectively a Wi-Fi-only device.

    • mrribbits

      Replace it? Clearly we're not all using our N5 as wi-fi only devices :/


      Is this the issue where you will lose data or even service for a brief moment? I wasn't sure if it was a but with my N5 or TMobile's coverage. What's weird is it will happen when I have full bars and when connecting back I have full bars.

      • Dan Gerbe

        I have the issue on my S3. Sometimes I will drop data every second or so, resulting in my whole "refreshing". I have often wondered what the actually cause of this is...

        • kirk

          Too many possibilities for anyone to guess what your individual issues might be.

          For examples: there could be too many connections to the tower your phone is trying to communicate with, mucking up communications. You might be within range of two towers, and your phone keeps switching between those towers. You might have a poorly coded app in the background trying to sync data (and failing) and throwing errors hundreds of times per second (and mucking up communications).

          • teolinux

            IMO, it appears too often in too many circumstances to be something related to external factors.

    • Adrian

      YES, sometimes I'll be on LTE but no data goes through so I have to either go airplane mode or turn on wifi

  • Zargh

    Whats stopping 4.4.3 MR2 being THE IO update/API Level increase? Small number increment doesn't necessarily mean only bugfixes: like ICS 4.0 -> 4.0.3 or GB 2.3 -> 2.3.3.

    • reverend_house

      Unlikely. As MR does mean "maintenance release".

    • mikeym0p

      Good point, a lot of major versions included multiple api levels.

    • Pierre Gardin

      The changelog would reference "API level 20" I think.

  • gk1984

    Please tell me there's support for HCE on NXP brand NCF chips

  • Kevin.

    What the Hell?! Line 3664: project vendor/google_athome/
    Android TV?

    • mikeym0p

      Home integration, probably related to Nest, etc.

    • prodeq12

      Nice catch! I heard a rumor about a set top box being called Android TV to be announced in Google I/O to compete with roku, amazon TV, etc.

      • http://about.me/jovanphilip Van

        Not a set top box, per se. They're updating all the Google TV devices to Android TV. There's a Charbax video on youtube where he interviews a manufacturer rep at CES and they (the rep) basically says it outright.

        • Andrew Loiacono


          • http://about.me/jovanphilip Van
          • http://about.me/jovanphilip Van

            I think it's fair to note that this guy officially verified Android TV well before anyone else even knew about it. Hell there's even an alpha/beta demo of it running on a device. I also tried tipping this to AP months ago but they haven't taken it seriously I guess.

  • heat361

    Changes to Google dialer.
    Line 4713. UX Changes: Dialer actionbar, tabs and searchbox.

    • siddude11

      Nice find mate.

    • Blue Sun

      I'm shocked that this ended up in an MR. I totally thought it was going to get released in 4.5.

  • MHS

    Where's the changelog for 4.4.2, or was it never published? My Google-fu is weak today...

  • Pierre Gardin

    "219af2c third_party/openssl: add ChaCha20+Poly1305 support"

    See http://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.fr/2014/04/speeding-up-and-strengthening-https.html

  • Pierre Gardin

    "82f92fa Adapt to netlink changes introduced in kernel v3.8"

    Android 4.4.2 use Linux kernel v.3.4.

    • reverend_house

      Probably a backport.

  • http://www.efetech.com.ar Federico

    "263b01d Changed dialer launch activity style to use a 0dp height actionbar. This prevents the user from seeing a blue "Phone" actionbar during loading."
    Blue dialer confirmed?

    • Tydilicious

      It's also mentioned in "project vendor/unbundled_google/packages/GoogleDialer/"
      Leaks seem to be right

    • Limetime

      They are atleast removing blue from the calendar: More calendar de-blueing and Calendar deblueing

  • Tydilicious

    project packages/apps/Calendar
    4329c74 Use the holodark assets/ colors instead of hololight

    About the supposed all-new calendar and mail app for android, it's seems what has leaked is not for now (hopefully imo)

    • Walkop

      Perhaps oversample multiple images to create a higher resolution composition more suitable for zooming?

      If that's possible on this sort of hardware.

  • Limetime

    Whats YoutubeTV? They are dogfooding it, and I was wondering if it's related to Android TV, or if it's something old.
    BTW: anybody know a source for searching this kind of thing up?(Other than google)

    • Eesh


      was available 2 years ago. They didn't update their youtube TV app in 2 years so this could be a overhaul

  • Alex2190

    why so many DO NOT MERGE lines for bluetooth...

  • Simon

    Kind of expected, but I don't like it:
    Use new ContactPhotoManager APIs for letter tile avatars

  • Tony Ceralva

    4366: e91daa5 Camera: Enable High speed recording.
    4367: 65c4fbe hal: update preview fps list for high speed record

    ¿120 FPS Recording?

    • Simon Belmont

      That would be sweet. Couple that with the fix for the audio hissing in videos, and it'd be awesome.

      This update is shaping up to be a really good one. Hope it drops really soon like the article surmises that it will.

    • Armando Rodriguez

      Thats under the NVIDIA/tegra project vendor.

  • Claw

    Google pulled it apparently.

  • Pierre Gardin

    And it's down!

  • Christopher Mason

    Aaannndd its gone. Somebody at Google done f'ed up.

  • Bartek Juszczak

    Has anyone saved the file before they took it down?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/cody-toombs/ Cody Toombs

      that's what the mirror link is for

  • Josh Jacobi

    Any ideas if this will fix GPS on N5? I'm always losing GPS on google maps and Nike run.

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    This seems nice:

    4e7b1b2 Use the correct version code check for K.

    4329c74 Use the holodark assets/ colors instead of hololight

    1d2a83b More calendar de-blueing

    043a867 Calendar deblueing

    b5a786d Adding additional assets.

    92dab54 Fix AOSP Calendar build

    4b6f921 New xxhdpi assets

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    f9b2d0c Remove TRIM support
    ??????????????????????????????????????????? WHAT?

    • Simon Belmont

      Are you sure that's not in a section of the changelog that's hardware specific? It could just be disabling it for a certain device because maybe its NAND controller supports it natively?

      I seriously doubt Google is going to remove TRIM support when they added it in literally the last major version of Android before KitKat. That would be nuts.

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    d75b9ae Fix samsung video recording
    13350e5 Fix WB indicator override
    0f7d548 Revert fixed focus area in CAF mode
    398f151 Add another HTC picture resolution
    7993f45 Always set focus mode first before applying scene mode
    88f9b3e Reduce logging of flattened Preferences

    This seems to be for the Play Edition devices

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    I would love this if i understand this correctly:

    b00ca40 Use new ContactPhotoManager APIs for default avatars in Contacts

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    I think AP already knows about this:

    b9f9bad Add support for letter tile avatars to ContactsPhotoManager

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    Is this new?

    da41ea6 Allow 5 hotseat icons in DISABLE_ALL_APPS mode.

    d85ee9b Revert "Allow 5 hotseat icons in DISABLE_ALL_APPS mode."

    f4ed1be Allow 5 hotseat icons in DISABLE_ALL_APPS mode.

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    Huge amount of changes to camera!

  • Dinesh Nalluri

    Get rid of Youtube trending category because it is the same as new releases, and fix performance

  • siddude11

    Guys link are down, blame google for that. I've informed the author.

  • Karan Shrof Karan Shrof

    it was good, however for its very difficult to understand it completely although i tried very hard.

  • Maxime Henrion

    I can see a bunch of Bluetooth/BLE related fixes. Yum yum!

  • Maxime Henrion

    There's a built-in PDF viewer now?

  • Maxime Henrion

    Interesting to see several references to SSE optimizations. Is Google becoming serious about Android on x86 CPUs?

  • n5nexus

    Some of the N5 have the problem that people cant hear. Os there a fix for that?

    • n5nexus

      I mean that people cant bear you when calling

      • Konstigt2

        My GF has this on her phone intermittently. Any bug opened about it?

  • ­­

    I have a crappy reception that I didn't have with other phones, maybe 4.4.3 can fix this?