Whenever there’s a new Android update you can be sure that Nexus devices will be the first to get hold of the download, which is evident with the latest Android 4.2.2 update, as the Galaxy Nexus, and also the Nexus 7 and 10 have also benefited from the new version of this mobile OS.
However, if you have a Nexus 4, then you will need to wait a little longer, although we do expect Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 to be made available for the handset soon, seeing as though it has already been spotted running on certain Nexus 4 handsets.
The availability of Android update 4.2.2 has started to trickle out onto select Nexus handsets already according to a recent report, with the Galaxy version being the first to receive the latest version. However, we have been told that some Nexus 7 and 10 owners have also been lucky enough to receive the update.
We say lucky, but 4.2.2 does not offer much in the way of new features, but what it will do is rectify a few issues. One such issue is now said to be resolved in the Bluetooth audio, because if audio was streamed via Bluetooth it could often skip. However, we’re hearing that while the update has improved feature, it’s still not perfect and needs more work.
We are still uncertain as to whether Android 4.2.2 has any other significant changes, so we’d love for you to share what you have found in our comments section below. However, we are sure that this latest update will anger some Android users, as they are still waiting for update 4.1 while others are already receiving 4.2.2.
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