Google is reportedly set to launch a small update to Android 4.2 later this month, according to a report from The International Business Times. The update, which could be the last for the Jelly Bean version of Android before Key Lime Pie debuts at May’s Google I/O conference, is said to bring minor fixes and tweaks to the OS.
The most notable adjustments will come in the form of Bluetooth improvements, something we have heard previously. The update is currently in testing internally and could reach phones, namely the Nexus 4, by mid march.
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TAGS: Android 4.2.2 , Jelly Bean , Nexus 4