The report according to which Android 4.2.2 was supposed to land mid-February turned out to be right as the refresh is reportedly being pushed out to Nexus devices, namely the GSM Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 tablets. While we haven’t received the update yet there are more and more reports that seem to confirm its existence.

The build is JDQ39 but at the moment there is no exact information on what it contains. We can definitely expect some bugfixes and performance enhancements but whether the Bluetooth fix is included is yet unknown. We’ll let you know once the refresh hits our devices but if you’re among the lucky ones to get the update drop us a comment below with your observations!

Source: Reddit

Via: AndroidPolice

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