The LTE variant of the 2013 Nexus 7 is allegedly getting a new Android 4.3.1 update which we haven’t seen before. For the time being, only the LTE variants seem to be getting the update with no word on other eligible Nexus devices yet. The update is said to be only 9.42MB in size, so downloading it shouldn’t be a big deal. The LTE Nexus 7 is relatively new to the market, so the update was pretty unexpected. There’s no access to the changelog yet, but it is believed that the update will bring the Google Keep app by default and will allow enabling of restricted profiles for family members. There is also going to be some minor performance patches along with the obvious bug fixes.
The update is being rolled out in stages at the moment, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see it on your tablet yet. If you don’t like waiting for a notification to pop up, you can head over to the settings and check for an update yourself. By the looks of it, this appears to be a tablet only update, so Nexus smartphones might not get to see this update at all, especially with Android 4.4 on the horizon.
Source: @mephissto (Twitter)
Via: Android Community