I am in a bit of worry because I own a Nexus 4 device, and I noticed many articles on the web stating that an OTA update to 4.4 is out but I didn't receive any notification on my device. Also, when I check for updates, the update is not showing up.

Should I be concerned about this, or does it just takes more time for the update to get to me? I am in Romania.


For those of you who are really eager to install the new update you can check up this link: It's still an OTA, nothing will be wiped on your device and the update files are the official ones provided by Google!

Link: http://phandroid.com/2013/11/21/download-the-nexus-4s-android-4-4-kitkat-krt16s-ota-directly-from-google/


You just have to wait. It will eventually come.

If you read the Checking for updates won't get you KitKat faster, says Google employee article, it says:

According to Dan, the updates are first sent out to 1 percent of devices. If it goes smoothly, it is sent to 25, 50, and 100 percent of users over what he says is “a week or two.” So if you’re waiting for that update, quit mashing that update button and regulate yourself to around once a day.

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  • low reputation stopped me from doing this already:) – Adrian Olar Nov 22 '13 at 13:56

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