We assume the rumors were true, and this just came from nowhere. But not actually what we had earlier in our minds, last time the news rumored about Android 4.2 showing up on Nexus 4 in Brazil. This is something excluded from our today news, since the update is confirmed only for the GSM Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7  and Nexus 10, but we’re pretty much sure of seeing the same update soon on the Nexus 4 too, so shall you people will be updated.

To cut it short, the wind of the Android 4.2.2 update flew from the Reddit Community by a group of users who reported successful grab and update to this certain version. Since there are no announcements officially from Google yet about the update, we can’t give any confirmation for the same. But the proof is quite commanding and gives a little push about the genuineness of this rumor, the proof images resemble and confirms the update for the GSM Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10, while the Nexus 4 is still out of this news and hasn’t been reported at all regarding the update, but we are never sure of what comes tomorrow. Read the tittle again and tell us, are we?

We are thankful to the AndroidPolice Community and its fan Marco Duran for the confirmation regarding the Nexus 10 update (~47.6 MB update). Here it is:

And here it is for the GSM Galaxy Nexus (left) & Nexus 7 (right)


All the above images clearly indicate that the 4.2.2 is labelled as build JDQ39. We’re still unsure and unaware of the things that come up along this update, but we are into it to grasp as much info as possible and deliver it to you. A little assumption though, we may expect the Bluetooth A2DP Audio Streaming fix as already promised by Google.

That’s all we have for now, so please leave you precious feedback on this very uncertain situation when an update has emerged as a stupendous surprise. If you own any of these three devices, please let us know with your comments and if someone could just confirm if the Bluetooth fix is merged or not, we would just be glad and thankful, gratitude would be presented by merging a huge applauded thanks in this post along with the user name and contact.

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