Android 4.4.4 might be one of the final KitKat releases before Google moves its mobile operating system to version L, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is happily riding on the new software bandwagon. After waiting what probably felt like an eternity, the HTC One M8 on AT&T is finally getting a taste of Android 4.4.3. Sure, it’s not the latest and greatest software that Mountain View has to offer, but today’s update does manage to ship with its share of enhancements.

In addition to a few bug fixes, this over-the-air update resolves a nagging issue with the phone’s camera, adds a new file manager and fine-tunes the device’s Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and network connectivity. Better late than never, if you haven’t received a download notification yet, the near 660MB update is also accessible through your phone’s settings.

(via XDA Developers)

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