Google rolls out Android 4.2.2 update, bug fixes and stability enhancements
Google hasn’t yet announced the Android 4.2.2 update, but users have confirmed that the over-the-air update has started rolling out to Nexus devices. The update is a very minor one with just certain “stability enhancements” and bug fixes, and those are the ones that are really important. Android Central has listed the most noticeable enhancements, such as fixes for random rebooting problems and Bluetooth audio stutter issues. So if you have any issues with your Android device, hopefully Android 4.2.2 will fix them.
The user interface of the quick settings introduced to the notification bar in Android 4.2 has been tweaked now. Whereas earlier tapping Wi-Fi or Bluetooth in the notification bar would take you to the relevant settings screen, you can now switch them on or off directly with a long press. That’s a very convenient change and would speed things up. The Airplane mode is toggled with a quick tap though.
Other changes include a prompt to allow the connection when connecting via Android Debug Bridge to a computer for the first time, changes in App download notification (a progress bar that tells you the time remaining in addition to a percentage downloaded), new sounds for wireless charging initiation and low battery alert, and new Gallery app animation for faster loading.
Via: Android Central
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14 February, 2013