Looking to manually update your Nexus to Android 4.2.2? Then this is the guide you’ll want to take a look at.
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?
PA3 is a competitor to other multi-device ROMs like CM and AOKP. Now, Paranoid Android 3.0 is available for the Nexus 4, 7, 10 and Galaxy Nexus.
Nexus 4, Nexus 7 Android 4.2 / 4.2.1 Wi-Fi issue still present, ‘Issue 40065’ not exactly publicly addressed by Google
A Wi-Fi issue seems to be affecting a variety of Nexus devices (Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy Nexus) running Android 4.2 and Android 4.2.1, with Google reluctant to call it a software issue.
Finding it hard to choose among all the Android devices? Josh is here to steer you in the right direction with 10 reasons to enter into the Nexus.
The Nexus 4 and 10 launches have not been major fiascos only in North America and Europe, with Asians actually being more tormented than anyone else.
Though it hasn’t been as slippery as its little brother, the Nexus 10 has also been pretty difficult to score ever since its “launch”. But if LG can get on top of demand and handle N4 shipments decently for a change, why couldn’t Samsung do the same?
Remember the wireless charging orb for the Nexus 4? It was a big part of the reason people wanted the device. No fumbling with cords, just drop it on the charger and go. It was simple, elegant, and a really nice touch for the Nexus line. That was teased before the device even came out, and yet… we wait.
Canadians who haven’t been able to snag a Nexus 10 may want to act fast as it is now available in the Google Play Store again!
The first Nexus 10 was a pretty great tablet. It was good enough to get sold out at the Google Play Store a number of times. Rumor has it Google could be announcing the next generation at MWC this year.