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I'm about to buy my first smartphone ( I've chosen Nexus 5 ), and I don't really know much about Android.
Nexus 5 comes with Android KitKat 4.4, and from what I read, the newest version is 4.4.3.
Now my question : do I have to first update to 4.4.1, then 4.4.2, and then finally 4.4.3 , or can I just directly update to 4.4.3 ?

Also, though a bit unrelated, is the mm-qcamera-daemon issue present in all versions, or just in the latest versions ?


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The question-and-answer format of this site works best if you put each question in a separate question post. Please edit your post down to one question, and create new posts to ask any further questions. You'll get better answers that way. – Dan Hulme Jun 8 '14 at 9:26
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The update is cumulative , it will directly be upgraded to 4.4.3 Unfortunately the latest update doesn't address that bug.Source

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