After a successful rollout for its Nexus brothers and sisters, it appears the Nexus 4 is now set to receive its taste of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. While the 4.2.2 update, for the most part, addresses bug fixes for things like Bluetooth audio streaming and even small UI tweaks, it does look like the update manages to kill off that limited LTE functionality devs found hidden inside the device. Bummer.
Those of you that hate waiting around for these pesky updates to hit your device can manually download the 51MB update direct from Google. Providing you have a completely stock device, updating the manual way should prove relatively easy for those that are comfortable with these sorta things (no root necessary). Have fun and godspeed.
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