by Derek Ross, 11 months ago
Following the release of Jelly Bean’s source code yesterday, today Google has announced via their Nexus account on Google+ that Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1 has began rolling out to supported devices. The devices to get…
Google has updated the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean changelog to reflect the new features available to Android users now that Android 4.2.2 is out in the wild, at least for Nexus devices.
After checking out the unofficial Android 4.2.2 changelog a few days ago, you can now go to the official Android Jelly Bean page and check out what’s new – all the new features are marked that way, so you can easily spot what Android 4.2.2 brings to the table.
Some of the main new features have been wildly covered already, while some of the minor tweaks and performance enhancements may have been missed in the first Android 4.2.2 previews.
Without listing the new features here – the full changelog is available at the Source link below – we’ll tell you that you can expect various updates when it comes to accessibility, camera and gallery, clock, graphics, fonts, keyboards, lock screen, messaging, networking, phone, settings and system improvements.
Android 4.2.2 is officially available on most Nexus devices that are compatible with the OS, although some carriers out there are yet to push out the update. This is most likely the last Jelly Bean update we’ll see before Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie arrives, which is expected to be unveiled in mid-May at this year’s Google I/O event.