Friday , August 18 2017

Android 4.2.2 rolling out to GSM Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10

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Looks like some users over on Reddit are reporting that they are receiving an update to Android 4.2.2 (Build JDQ39) on their GSM Galaxy Nexus and also their Nexus 7. The only information supplied on the update is from one of the users -WeeManFoo who advises that the Bluetooth streaming from his Car Stereo seemed much more smooth with less hiccups, this is in line with Google’s promise to release a fix for issues with Bluetooth in the next update of Android.

There are further updates from Android Police where some users have advised that their Nexus 10 is also receiving the update and has provided screenshots of the update. We’ll have to wait a bit until someone can capture the update zip link but time to start checking your phone/tablet for updates. Of course if your Galaxy Nexus was purchased from one of the Australian Mobile Operators you’ll have to wait for their testing of the update before you’ll see the update.

 
Source: Reddit, and AndroidPolice.

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15 Comments on "Android 4.2.2 rolling out to GSM Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10"

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s7oRm
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s7oRm

I just got this OTA on my Nexus 7. Ill let you know if I notice anything different.

jamesboag
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jamesboag

I think you meant to say “Bluetooth streaming to his car stereo”

James L
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James L

So if you purchased your phone through a telco like say Telstra, you won’t get the update.

Andrew
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Not getting anything on my Nexus 4 🙁 I’m so impatience

James Sagi
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The log cat has been posted on xda developers. I would test it, but I’m at the beach

Nexus
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Nexus

No nexus 4?

simon
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simon

I feel Verizon wireless still has yet to update their galaxy nexus . I’m still on 4.1

chris
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chris

Lucky we don’t have Verizon then isn’t it.

Martin Martinec
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Martin Martinec

Re: AUS Operators
Or just root it and install what ever you want on it 😉

John Gabriel
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John Gabriel

this 🙂

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“Of course if your Galaxy Nexus was purchased from one of the Australian Mobile Operators you’ll have to wait for their testing of the update before you’ll see the update.”

This should be re-written to read:

“Of course if your Galaxy Nexus was purchased from one of the Australian Mobile Operators you’ll need to wait a further 3 years for their testing of the update before there is even a slight chance that you’ll see the update.”

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