Among the slew of impressive new features that Android 4.2 comes with, the latest Android release also has its fair share of bugs, the most infamous one seemingly being the wiping out of December from the People app.
We reported a few days back that Google is preparing a fix that will bring back December to devices running the latest Jelly Bean flavor by the end of the year. Now the software update has reportedly reached several owners of the new Nexus devices, namely the Nexus 4 phone and the two Nexus tablets.
At 1.1MB, the update is quite small in file size, but it does fix the missing December issue. Apart from that, we’re not sure what other improvements folks can expect since Google hasn’t put up the changelog. It’s possible that the new firmware will also fix the Bluetooth woes that some have been experiencing on Android 4.2, but don’t quote us on that one just yet.
Let us know if you’ve gotten the Android 4.2.1 update by leaving your comments below.
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hope it brings OTG support to the nexus 4
Otg support would be nice
Care to educate the ones who don’t know what that is?
Its like If your postman doesn’t come then your mailbox is empty. Same way if otg doesn’t arrive your device, u can’t update. Its the notification to update.
Nope that is OTA (Over the Air) . OTG is On the go
On the go USB access. Plugging a USB device into your phone or tablet.
I just received the notification for the update on my Nexus 7
Just got it on my Nexus 4
Yep, fixed my broken bluetooth as well as gave me December access :D – Galaxy Nexus
My nexus tries to update to 4.2.1 from 4.1.2 but fails in the middle. What can be the reason?