Last week we learned that Android 4.4.3 was already in development, and today we’re getting a look at what the next update to Android KitKat will deliver. If you were hoping for new features or a fresh design you’re out of luck, according to Android Police the update will focus entirely on fixing several dozen bugs still plaguing Android 4.4.2.
Android Police offers up what it says is likely an incomplete list of fixes included with Android 4.4.3. The update will apparently end dropped data connections, fix several issues with the camera, solve problems with Bluetooth and remove app shortcuts from the launcher. The upcoming version of Android KitKat will also fix issues with Wi-Fi auto-connect, MMS, subtitles, the data usage graph, FCC compliance and more.
The full changelog demonstrates just how much is still wrong with Android 4.4 KitKat, though according to a recent stability study it’s still the most stable version of Google’s OS. The camera updates are definitely good news, especially for Nexus 5 owners still dealing with auto-focus issues. It probably won’t be long before Android 4.4.3 starts hitting stock Android devices, though it could be a while before other phones and tablets see the update.