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  # 936509 18-Nov-2013 11:08
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not a happening thing on my 2 x N4 or my N7.

Come on Google get it done!

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  # 937949 20-Nov-2013 15:05
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Google just released a new build (KRT16S) for most of the Nexuses so it seems they stopped the OTA until this was ready for release.

 
 
 
 


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  # 937975 20-Nov-2013 15:54
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Despite making the Nexus 5, I won't hold my breath on an LG G2 release any time soon.

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  # 938034 20-Nov-2013 17:14
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jonovw: Google just released a new build (KRT16S) for most of the Nexuses so it seems they stopped the OTA until this was ready for release.


The OTA never started despite what goolge said

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  # 938763 22-Nov-2013 07:44
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And my Nexus 7 (2013) waits........




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  # 938768 22-Nov-2013 07:47
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I gave up and sideloaded it on my Nexus 7 Mk1, OTA update (for the update!) came through instantly and I am enjoying KitKat for breakfast!

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  # 938774 22-Nov-2013 07:59
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Still nothing on my Nexus 4

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  # 938778 22-Nov-2013 08:17
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DIY, it's the new OTA ;o)

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  # 938781 22-Nov-2013 08:30
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my Nexus is only a few weeks old so I didn't want to mess with it and have any warranty issues




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  # 938822 22-Nov-2013 09:47
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Just got a notification 4.4 was ready to install on my N4 this morning.

Installing...

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  # 938825 22-Nov-2013 09:50
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Yes, just checked my N4 and it is now downloading the update, wasn't there when I checked earlier at around 8am

N7 still waiting tho

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  # 938840 22-Nov-2013 09:56
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Wife's newer N4 (about 3 months old) hasn't upgraded yet though.

The upgrade is showing as wifi only until 23 November

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  # 938845 22-Nov-2013 10:11
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Nothing on my N4 yet..




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  # 938846 22-Nov-2013 10:15
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Finished install. Lots of broken app links to the old dialer, camera and a few others that I cant seem to remove.

Also looks like the transparent status bar and new wallpapers haven't made it into the OTA update (so just the same as the factory images Google released).

Will probably do a fresh install and also try side load the apk stuff for the visual features missing - update feels a bit icky. Disappointing.

EDIT: No Google Experience launcher (visual changes)

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  # 938861 22-Nov-2013 10:44
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Just got my notification for my N4. Updating now

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