Google released its Android 4.4.3 but it seems that it came with more bugs than fixes. Many of the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 users “grunted” about the Wi-Fi connectivity issues, lagging screen, battery drain and many Google Play Store problems.
Android users hope that Google will bring their new Android 4.5 OS soon, and it will come with a fix for the current version’s problems. There are rumors saying that the Android 4.5 will be released one month later after Google will introduce it on its annually I/O event.
One of the main purposes of a mobile operating system update is to come with a better user experience. However, it seems that Google brought a more bugged Android version last time. Users hope that this time, these problems will have solutions.
In concordance with Android Origin, here are some problems that Android 4.4.3 came with:
- On Nexus 4, users get random reboots
- Excessive Battery use
- Some notification errors
- Google Play Store lags and errors
- The redesigned dialer of Android lags
- Many issues regarding ActiveSync
It seems that resetting your device or “downgrading” it to the previous system might solve your problem. In concordance with Android Geeks, people may want to wait until July for Google to bring their new Android 4.5 and then upgrade their phones to the latest version.
However, we’re not sure if Google will release the new Android OS in July, since these are just speculations, based on the company’s history. For example, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update came out in July 2012.