After various Android 4.4.3 sightings suggested that Google may soon release a new KitKat version to address certain issues and bugs, an unofficial change log for the upcoming Android build has been leaked, revealing that the next Android update will not bring any major fixes, and instead focus only on improvements. Android Police has learned from a source familiar with the situation that “Android 4.4.3 is, unsurprisingly, going to be a pure bug-fixer,” with Google saving new features and user interface changes for a “more major release.”

The unofficial Android 4.4.3 changelog follows below:

  • frequent data connection dropout fix
  • mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes
  • camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes
  • Power Manager display wakelock fix
  • multiple Bluetooth fixes
  • fix for a random reboot
  • app shortcuts sometimes got removed from launcher after update
  • USB debugging security fix
  • app shortcuts security fix
  • Wi-Fi auto-connect fix
  • other camera fixes
  • MMS, Email/Exchange, Calendar, People/Dialer/Contacts, DSP, IPv6, VPN fixes
  • stuck in activation screen fix
  • missed call LED fix
  • subtitle fixes
  • data usage graph fix
  • Internet telephony fix
  • FCC compliance fix
  • miscellaneous fixes

The publication has also posted a screenshot of Android 4.4.3 running on a Nexus 5, available below, although it’s not clear when the update will be rolled out.

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