After the launch of the latest omission of the Android platform, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean alongside the Google Nexus 4 and the Google Nexus 10, there have been some issues reported over the past months regarding the stability of the platform as they always had been and as always, Google has been speedy enough to get it’s backyard cleaned up via the regular updates it has been pushing through ever since the release of the first of the platform. This time, it is Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on the cards.
Google has started seeding the latest firmware upgrade to it’s platform and although it seems to be a minor update considering the version upgrade(that’s version 4.2.2 over version 4.2.1) it still promises on improving performance and stability(as they always say!) over the previous set of firmware for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean running devices but as per the previously leaks, it should settle for some improvements over the overall experience along with the A2DP streaming related bug which had been creating a lot of nuisance to the users.
For the time being, Google has started to push out the update for the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and the Android 4.2 flagship device Google Nexus 10 and will be rolled out in the old fashioned google way, that means, if you haven’t got the notification yet, it might be on the way corresponding to the region you live in!
Do leave us a word about the features/improvements you got to see in this upgrade. It’ll be interesting to know for us too! 🙂
Source: Android Police