Update: The OTA file for the Wifi version of the Nexus 7 (2013) is now available. You'll find the link after the break. Get to it!
Original Story: The Nexus 5 isn't the only device getting updated to the new version of KitKat, Android 4.4.1. The update is also hitting the Nexus 4 and 2013 Nexus 7 (LTE version only, for now) as part of a gradual, staged rollout. It appears the update isn't quite as big a deal for these devices as it is for the N5, which inherits a bunch of important camera improvements with its latest OTA. Nevertheless, both should benefit from the usual assortment of tweaks and fixes that point releases tend to bring. Given the fast pace of 4.4.1's arrival, it's likely other Nexus devices won't be too far behind.
We've got direct download links after the break for those wanting to sideload Android 4.4.1 onto the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 LTE. If you need help flashing the update to your device, be sure to refer to our how-to post on the process.
The company is set to release new Camera API (application programming interface) which will give developers access to core features which are already built into Android’s hardware abstraction layer (HAL).
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After hearing that Android 4.4 KitKat would be rolling out to the Nexus 10 and WiFi variants of the Nexus 7 (2012/2013), many of us jumped to check to see if we’d receive the update. Unfortunately, Google tends to take its time updating devices and we could be in for a rather lengthy wait.
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