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Google Releases Android 4.4.2 Update to Meet the Major Camera Fixes
Almost all the big players in the smartphone market are working on creating their new Android skin for the new Android Kitkat which will be hitting their new flagship devices and now even Android 4.4.1 has been released.
It was only last week when Google started rolling out the Android 4.4.1 update and now the software giant has started rolling out Android 4.4.2 update focusing on problems reported in the new LG Nexus 5 related to the camera.
Reportedly, the exact problem was about the stabilization of the image due to which most of the snapped images were hazy. With this new Android 4.4.2 update, the image stabilization issues have been taken care of and now after installing this update on your LG Nexus 5 you will be able to get rid of those hazy images issues.
Well, this news is not only limited to the users of LG Nexus 5 (for about 40MB) but Nexus 7 (of about 54MB) and Nexus 10 users will also be able to enjoy this update.
Apart from stabilization, the camera will work faster and will be quickly able to focus on the points while taking the image. Besides, this major fix, security enhancements have been done, possibly filling up the vulnerabilities on the previous version (this is the most common enhancements in every update).
Though the update has been rolled out but it might take some time for you to receive it. For the users who have the career locked devices will have to wait for long, because that build might be customized by them. So, keep following us to get updated further about the same.
Source: Android Police