Just yesterday, Google made the Android 4.4.3 factory images available for the current generation Google Nexus fleet. Then earlier today, the WiFi-only variant of the N7-2013 started receiving its incremental OTA. Now the update has arrived for the Nexus line’s latest flagship smartphone, the Google Nexus 5.
Naturally, today’s OTA comes in at the same KTU84M build number as we saw in yesterday’s factory image release. But naturally, the factory image could not be applied by users who hadn’t yet unlocked their bootloaders without wiping their /data partitions. But now thanks to this incremental OTA,users with locked bootloaders can update to Android 4.4.3 without having to wipe data by performing fastboot oem unlock. This can be done by entering the ADB Sideload functionality from your stock recovery and executing the command adb sideload [update file name].
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