Google has updated the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean changelog to reflect the changes and improvements available in Android 4.2.2, its most recent OS update.
Sorry to spoil HTC’s moment (again), but Sony’s Xperia Z is simply thriving under the spotlight, craving for much more than the traditional 15 minutes of fame.
Looking to manually update your Nexus to Android 4.2.2? Then this is the guide you’ll want to take a look at.
A patch that fixes a security hole has been included in Android 4.2.2 that causes AdBlock Plus to be practically ineffective.
Hey, hey! Last, but not least, the Nexus 4 joins every other Nexus device with Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) finally starting to roll out now. How do you get it?
The Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus Yakju can be updated to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
So far, the latest flavor of Jelly Bean is heading to two Nexus tablets, the Nexus 7 (non-3G) and Nexus 10, as well as the Galaxy Nexus (takju). What has Google baked into Android 4.2.2?
After releasing the Android 4.2.2 update, Google has changed the Nexus 7 product page too, listing 10 hours under battery life instead of the previous 8 hours.
Android 4.2.2 is being pushed out to owners of the GSM Nexus 4, the Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10. So far it looks like Bluetooth is fixed, and that’s it.
We’ve previously reported on Android 4.2.2 rumor after rumor which both included screenshots that could have easily been faked with a simple build.prop edit. We here at Android Authority decided to do a little bit of digging on our own and this is what we’ve found. Nexus devices running various builds of Android 4.2.2 have been hitting our website pretty hard over the past week. That’s right, we’ve seen the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 all show up in our web server logs. Could these be faked? Sure. We highly doubt it. It would take an…