Earlier today, we heard about the availability of Android 4.4.3 through factory images for all the Nexus devices which is great if your bootloader is unlocked, however if you just wanted the OTA update, you have so far been out of luck. Luckily, XDA member, EthanFirst, was able to capture Android 4.4.3 for the 2013 Nexus 7 captured in OTA form (i.e. build KTU84L), which can be downloaded from the forum page here. The update comes in at about 74MB so it’s much more manageable and perfect for those with locked bootloaders.
Note that the captured OTA update is only for the 2013 Nexus 7 Wi-Fi; the update for the 4G version isn’t yet available. Likewise, OTA’s for the other Nexus devices have not yet been found, so if you spot them somewhere, or you start getting the update, we’d love to hear about it in the comments. Updates for all Nexus devices should be slowly rolling out as we speak, but will vary region to region, so don’t freak out too much if you haven’t gotten it yet.
Are you hoping that Android 4.4.3 fixes up issues that you have been experiencing? Let us know your inconveniences in the comments.
Source: XDA via XDA News