Nexus 7 4.2.2 Android Changelog: How to Update; What Improvements to Expect
By Arlene Paredes | February 19, 2013 1:47 PM EST
Nexus 7 4.2.2 Android update should be easy to install from the settings page of your device. Check the OS changelog for a good understanding of your improved OS. If updating has been a challenge for you, read on for the link to a variety of how-to methods. Android 4.2.2 is considered only a minor update, but early reviews indicate a good show of improvement, nonetheless.
Nexus 7 4.2.2 Changelog, How-to Steps
Google began rolling out the Android 4.2.2 update to Google 4 smartphones in select countries a month ago. Now the updated Android is available in a wider selection of Android devices. You should have received an update notification by now, but if you haven't, Android helpers online are pleased to offer some help. Here is a link to understanding Android 4.2.2 changelog with Android Police.
Android Authority features three methods to manually update Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The instructions were written by John Lieske of johnlieske.com.
Android 4.2.2 is not yet the much-anticipated Key Lime Pie but improvements show. Follow this link to choose among three methods of updating your Android OS.
Nexus 7 4.2.2 Changes
Android 4.2.2 offers some nifty little tricks for Nexus 7 users. Owners of other Android devices like the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 will also appreciate this update, especially if they want to know how long their downloads will take.
Users now have a progress bar for downloads. The time remaining to finish an app or file download now shows in the pull-down notification page.
Users will now hear a chiming sound upon wireless charging initiation. Ron Amadeo of Android Police has more information. Finally, a long press on the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi square indicators can now turn the particular connectivity method on or off.
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