When Android 4.2.2 was pushed there was no official changelog from Google apart from the usual ‘improve performance and bug fixes’. Now Google has update the Android 4.2 changelog with the new features brought in by the 4.2.2 update.
The official change log is available on Google’s page. We already posted the changes that Android 4.2.2 brought in, but this time it is also official. The new features are marked with the ‘new’ sign so you’ll have an easy time finding them.
Besides the changes that we already stated a few days ago Google is noticing changes in Camera, clock, graphics, fonts, keyboard, networking, phone, accessibility, lock screen and some more. You can check them for yourself at the link provided above.
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The update is now currently available for all International Nexus models, with some carriers still waiting to push it. The next update of the Android OS is probably going to be the Key Lime Pie Android 5.0, but we still have to wait until May for that.
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