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    Default 4.2.2 Update

    Just tried to update but told up to date with 4.2.1. Anyone get update yet? I'm rooted but got 4.2 rooted.
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    Android 4.2.2 brings Bluetooth audio fixes to Nexus phones and tablets | Ars Technica

    Nexus device hasn't received an update yet you should probably get it at some point in the next few days
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    I wonder if it brings back any of the buttery smoothness that was lost with 4.2.

    Can anyone report in on this?
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    Thank goodness! I can't want to test it (I just so happen to have my bluetooth speaker with me today)

    ETA: to be clear, I have not received the OTA yet.
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    Nothing here yet either. Even tried to clear data from the Google Services Framework app.
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    Someone just posted a link to the update @ XDA.
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    It seems to be working well for the folks who have tried it.
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    here is the ota http://android.clients.google.com/pa...D.6ece895e.zip

    if you have custom recovery use it to flash it or use adb sideload to update
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    I just successfully completed the update on my stock WiFi Nexus 7 using this video:

    Simply use the latest Zip file (build JDQ39) to update to 4.2.2.

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    I'm waiting for confirmation that this doesn't totally suck with lag and freezing before updating. I finally got fed up with 4.2.1's absolute suckitude and reverted to 4.1.2 not 10 days ago after suffering 3 months and I'd rather have the responsive tablet I bought than the broken mess Google made it into with their half-arsed update.
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    Working fine for me so far.
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    4.2.1 worked for the first day for me before falling apart. Cleared cache and then did a factory reset with no change. Almost immediately it would lag terribly. Open the magnetic cover and it would be 2-3 seconds before you could swipe to unlock. Apps sometimes took 5+ seconds to open. Bringing up the app switcher takes several seconds as does the transition. I don't know if there was a difference in my N7's hardware (it was a replacement for a launch unit with washed out screen) and others who haven't experienced problems, but for me, 4.2.1 was an unmitigated disaster. I guess I'll have to make a nandroid of my current state before gambling on 4.2.2. Sheesh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Nickinson View Post
    Working fine for me so far.
    any issues after the update? force closes or any odd behavior?
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    Meh, I'm waiting for KLP. I have 4.2 on my n4 and my n7 is running great on 4.1 so why bother?
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    Is there a Changelog?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanhoj View Post
    Is there a Changelog?
    these are AOSP change log on 4.2.1 & 4.2.2
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    Still no update for my N10.....is it rolling out by region?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkBelig View Post
    I finally got fed up with 4.2.1's absolute suckitude and reverted to 4.1.2
    I have been using 4.2.1 since I got my Nexus 7 and I have had no issues.
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    When is the update coming to the Nexus 4?!?!? I dont get it... the GNexus gets it before the Nexus 4? Google whats up with that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zero3187 View Post
    I have been using 4.2.1 since I got my Nexus 7 and I have had no issues.
    You're one of those people who tells someone with food poisoning that you didn't get sick, aren't you?
    When something works fine before and after going to and from a software update, the update is the problem.
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    Is this the actual zip file of the update?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgraham75 View Post
    Still no update for my N10.....is it rolling out by region?

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Android Central Forums
    I haven't gotten it either in Canada on my Nexus 10.
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    I haven't gotten it either in Canada on my Nexus 10.
    Nor I states side on my N7.
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    Still no update neither on Gnex or Nexus 7 in Bosnia, Europe...

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    Nothing in Michigan for my N7 yet.

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