Google Releases Android 4.2.2 for Nexus Devices

Google has released the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for several Nexus smartphones and tablets.

Users on both Reddit and Google+ confirmed that the system update alerts for Android 4.2.2 have started to appear on the GSM Galaxy Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10 tablets.

The updated Android version delivers improvements pertaining to both performance and stability for the devices. It's also expected to issue a fix for a problem relating to streaming audio.

During January, Google stated that some Nexus devices updated to Android 4.2 (except the Nexus 4) were affected by audio drop-outs when streaming audio through Bluetooth using the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) system. "We have fixed the A2DP streaming stutter problem," a representative said. "The next release should have the fix. Sorry about the problem."


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  • trevorvdw
    Verizon will be holding this update from their Galaxy Nexus for your protection.
  • bentonsl_2010
    Shit we haven't even gotten our last update.........
  • dimar
    I just got 4.1.2 for my galaxy note ii. I wish Google would take care of all the updates, and just let manufacturers do the drivers, like what we have with Windows..