June had been a busy month for Google and Android. While Google announced Android L, they also pushed out the Android 4.4.3 and Android 4.4.4 update to Nexus and some Motorola devices. While Android 4.4.3 was mostly related to bug fixes, Android 4.4.4 brought a fix to a security issue. Nexus 4 users might have already updated their devices to the latest Android 4.4.4 version. You may want to install the CWM recovery on the phone. This will help you to perform variety of tasks like rooting the phone, wiping data, cache and dalvik cache, installing custom ROMs, etc. Follow the instructions given below to install CWM recovery on Nexus 4.