A Bluetooth fix was mentioned by a certain Google employee which could be one of the features in the upcoming Android 4.2.2 update — spotted in the wild on Nexus 4 devices — but unfortunately the new Android codes we’ve seen over the weekend appear in AOSP are not referring to this point-update.

According to reports, unnamed Google employees rocking a Nexus 4, 7, 10, and Galaxy Nexus phones are currently testing Android 4.2.2. International Business Times claims to have tested the updates and concludes that it’s “minuscule at best, with minimal changes to security and bugs”. Should be landing mid-February ahead of the next major version of the operating system, dubbed Key Lime Pie, believed to be announced at the Google I/O this May.

Source: IBTimes

Via: AndroidSpin

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