We recently covered the issues with Wi-Fi and all the other problems of Nexus 4. We hope that these problems will all be given attention on the next Nexus update, though when this update will be released is still unclear. It is also a bit unclear why all the other smartphones using Android Jelly Bean 4.3 as the operating system is not having this kind of problems. Those who are using Nexus 7 are lucky to not have the same problems with Nexus 4.
The most common complaint about the Nexus 4 with Jelly Bean 4.3 is poor connection. Those who are using Nexus 4 are experiencing connection errors. They find this really frustrating, especially when they really have to use their phones and during emergencies.
Two kinds of situations are encountered by Nexus 4 users. One situation is when connection signals fluctuate. The sudden drop of signal lasts for a few seconds. On the other hand, the second situation is worse. In the second situation, the signal is lost for a longer period. They do not receive messages or calls until they find out that their phones have no signal.
The problem about fluctuating connection signal is common. This is why others do not take this as a big deal. But for others, it can be really problematic, especially if they have a PIN code that needs to be re-entered before the device reconnects.
The Android Police see that the problems with connection signals are common in the European area, especially in Netherlands. A quick fix for this problem is said to be launched but we do not see yet when this will be.
The source mentioned above offers a temporary method in how to overcome this issue. Whether the quick fix that will be released is included in the Jelly Bean 4.3 update or just a minor fix is yet to be determined. See all mobile phone deals at Mobile Phone Checker.