As expected, Google has begun rolling out its Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update to a number of Nexus devices, including the GSM Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10. The software comes with the “JDQ39’ build number, and it delivers fixes for a number of key issues — most notably a Bluetooth streaming bug.
Under previous versions of Jelly Bean, Nexus users suffered a bug that caused Bluetooth streaming to stutter, and sometimes drop connection. With the Android 4.2.2 update, however, Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming should be a much smoother experience.
It’s believed Google has also fixed some other issues with this release, but the company is yet to release its official change log, so we can’t be sure what they are exactly.
The update is being delivered to the devices mentioned above over-the-air, and you should receive a notification when it’s ready to download. You can also check for it manually by visiting the ‘System updates’ section of the Settings app.
- Via Android Police