Android 4.2.1 Being Pushed To Nexus 4, 10, December Is Back

Android 4.2 was quite a buggy release, and even caused older devices to start lagging. It will always be remembered as “The Update That Deleted December” (albeit only from the People App).

Now, Google is pushing out Android 4.2.1 to Nexus 4 and 10 owners. You may get it over the OTA soon. Since the update has just been pushed, we don’t have the full changelog yet.

Instead, here is our wishlist of what we hope they have fixed:

  • Random Reboot Issues
  • The extra second between pressing the power button and the phone getting locked
  • Quick Settings buttons to Toggle instead of opening the Settings Menu
  • Lockscreen Widget Issues and the extremely ugly Music Player Lockscreen Widget

 You can download the zip file of the update for the Nexus 4 and flash manually from here. Only do this if you know what you are doing.

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