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Submitted by Vishaka 897d ago | news

Android 4.2.2 Factory Images Now Available for Nexus Devices

Mobotalks : Android 4.2.2 Factory Images for Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 Officially Revealed. Google released the much- expected Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update, containing security improvements as well as Bluetooth-related bug fixes. (Android, Gadgets, Google, Google Nexus, Google Nexus 10, Google Nexus 7, Jelly Bean, Phones)

Erudito87  +   896d ago
any idea on the official ota release??
Speed-Racer  +   896d ago
In the US, it's out for the GNex, Nexus 7 and 10. I'm still waiting for it on the N4. It's not a big update though, so I'm not in a rush.
Erudito87  +   896d ago
the last one made my gnex charge slower and a few other weird things so im hoping it comes soon to the uk
Blasphemy  +   896d ago
I live in the USA and I got the update yesterday for my Nexus 4.
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