Folks with the Galaxy Nexus with the “yakju” build line — which is most folks who bought the device internationally and outside the Google Play Store — can now download the latest version of Android. It’ll bring you to Android 4.2.2, build JDQ39, but you’ll have to be coming from Android 4.2.1, build JOP40D, to flash it. You can install it through a custom recovery, sideload it using ADB, or grab a rooted version from the quick folks over at XDA.
The upgrade started rolling out to Nexus devices everywhere this week, and it brought a couple of new minor features and fixed a whole lot of bugs, including a fix for audio streaming over Bluetooth A2DP. This will be your best bet of getting it loaded up on your yakju device if Google hasn’t already delivered the goods straight to you, so get to it!
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TAGS: Android 4.2.2 , Galaxy Nexus , Jelly Bean