Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update has been deployed by Google for Nexus devices as Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 received the software, which is reported to contain a set of bug fixes and improvements, including a fix for Bluetooth A2DP issues. The existence of Android 4.2.2 update was leaked early in January.
Google is yet to release the official changelog for the update, which is deemed to bring performance and stability improvements for Android devices. The current Nexus smartphone, Nexus 4 is shipping with Android 4.2.2 and Brazil, Malaysia and Czech Republic were the first countries where it was spotted operating on the recent update.
The recent software is 47.6MB in size and carries the build number JDQ39. The Android 4.2.2 update is available over the air (OTA). The deployment of the update was first notified by Reddit users as they claimed that the update was available for Nexus devices. The posts about the update were later confirmed as users posted the pictures of the update process.
Google had earlier confirmed that the firm has fixed the A2DP streaming stutter problem on the Nexus 7 in its next update, which is Android 4.2.2. Users were experiencing audio lags and streaming problems on their devices after the Android 4.1 update, which should have been corrected with the recent update.
Android 4.2.2 update was leaked first by a Czech website, which showed a Nexus 4 operating on the new software. With the software being available for Nexus 7 and 10, other devices might be the next to receive it.