Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean rolling out to Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and 10

Posted on Feb 12 2013 - 2:17pm by Martin Gicheru

Android 4.2.2 jelly bean updateAndroid 4.2.2 is in the phones of Galaxy Nexus , Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 device owners already. That is according to some Reddit users who have even posted screenshots of their devices running official updates. The update went through over the air, a 47.6 MB update. The update is build JDQ39 which according to the reddit user, added better bluetooth streaming and some tiny bits of negligible changes. So we still dont have details of what the 47MB updates gives.


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  • ɐʌoʍl snɥdlop∀

    Are updates available internationally ? not available here for my device

    • Martin Gicheru

      These were reported by Nexus users in the Nordics initially, but other regions too are getting them. But really there is nothing much to look forward to in the updates.

      • ɐʌoʍl snɥdlop∀

        Update done ..nothing much has changes though as you said

        • Martin Gicheru

          Anything on the notifications, bluetooth and battery life? I gather there is a feature added that adds a functionality available on the Galaxy Note II, that of pressing on the shortcuts on the notifications area to reveal their options. For example, pressing on Wi-Fi shortcut reveals Wi-Fi options