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  #942661 29-Nov-2013 09:15
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Finally managed to ressurect my One after a failed OTA install which was a nightmare in itself, no recovery, no adb so managed to fastboot install TWRP and then USBOTG a custom rom onto phone and install from there... turned into a stressful evening lol

@ Klipspringer - Having similar issue with Skype, wont let me logon since moving to 4.4 :(

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  #942668 29-Nov-2013 09:30
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Wade:

@ Klipspringer - Having similar issue with Skype, wont let me logon since moving to 4.4 :(


My skype has been fine.

Must say I like the Caller ID by Google.




 
 
 
 


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  #945598 4-Dec-2013 19:33
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My 4G Nexus has the update, but I can no longer use swiftkey? The Google keyboard is greyed out and I can't change it?
Now my S4 has the update available however I'm reluctant as it's disabled swiftkey!

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  #945607 4-Dec-2013 19:56
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mudguard: My 4G Nexus has the update, but I can no longer use swiftkey? The Google keyboard is greyed out and I can't change it?

Now my S4 has the update available however I'm reluctant as it's disabled swiftkey!


Your S4 won't be getting KitKat unless it's a Google play edition, will be 4.3

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  #945629 4-Dec-2013 20:18
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Ah cheers. Will let it do it's thing once I'm within WiFi

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  #948912 10-Dec-2013 19:34
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Upgrade to 4.4.2 was "pushed" on to my Nexus 4 this afternoon. Everything seems to work fine.

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  #948930 10-Dec-2013 20:13
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On my Nexus 7 2012 too

 
 
 
 


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  #949006 10-Dec-2013 22:11
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Same on my 2013 nexus 10

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  #949188 11-Dec-2013 10:12
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my 2012 N7 showed no update available at 8am but I just told it to check again and it has downloaded and installed 4.4.2, nothing on my 2 x N4 yet









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  #949198 11-Dec-2013 10:26
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Seakiwi: my 2012 N7 showed no update available at 8am but I just told it to check again and it has downloaded and installed 4.4.2, nothing on my 2 x N4 yet 


Just checked my phone after reading this post - system update was available to install. Had previously checked at 8.47am at which time it was not available. Unfortunately the biggest issue I have with Kitkat (the white only notification status indicators/icons) are unlikley to be changed.

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  #949269 11-Dec-2013 12:19
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My 4.4.2 update is sitting there waiting for me to hit WiFi. Will update tonight




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  #949287 11-Dec-2013 12:23
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my N7 2012 has just been done and dusted so far so good everything is working like it's supposed to :)

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  #949330 11-Dec-2013 12:46
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mudguard: My 4G Nexus has the update, but I can no longer use swiftkey? The Google keyboard is greyed out and I can't change it?
Now my S4 has the update available however I'm reluctant as it's disabled swiftkey!


 

My N4 just did the new upgrade this morning..  Swiftkey is fine..

 

 




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  #950510 11-Dec-2013 17:17
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Wait, 4.4.2
Must have missing something .. and 4.4.1

Shall check on WiFi when at home tonight and see what my phone has for me.

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  #950577 11-Dec-2013 18:48
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Got 4.4.2 last night on 3g nexus 7.

@nzkiwiman, 4.4.1 got pulled as it had some issues.

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