Android 4.2.2 Deployed for Nexus Devices

This week Google have began deploying the Android 4.2.2 update towards the smartphones or tablets users of the Nexus range.

Devices in range Nexus (tablets are included also) are now likely to receive the update to Android 4.2.2 over the air. Weighing 47.7 MB on Nexus 7, it works primarily to improve the stability and performance of the system, and has no real functional novelty. Based on early returns, users may expect a slight gain in autonomy on their tablets. Among others bug fixes, this update should also fix the problem with resolution that may occur on Nexus 7 when pairing with a device using Bluetooth 2.1 A2DP profile.

Referenced JDQ39 build, this update introduces new progress bar indicating the download time remaining to download an application. It also allows you to enable or disable, via a long press, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity from screen for quick access to settings built into the notification bar.

On Nexus 4 smartphones, based on early reports indicate by Android 4.2.2 American testers, this new update disables handling that allowed access to unofficial LTE networks.

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