Android 4.2.2 update for Nexus 4

News   •   Feb 23, 2013 07:00 GMT

Nexus 4 is no doubt one of the most used Android phones. This smartphone possesses one of the best specifications too. Now that the Android 4.2.2 software is available as an update for all Nexus 4 smartphones, it has become more useful and popular but this update comes with a price, if the jelly bean software is downloaded, it will disable its LTE connectivity. Nexus owners have been upgrading their handset shortly after they heard that the Android 4.2.2 is already available.

According to experts, the update on the Nexus 4 will automatically fix the bugs. The quick settings of Nexus 4 have been improved giving room for the changes in its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings. Users will also get the chance to hear new music when the unit is charged wirelessly. Its wireless charger is available at Google play store and will be shipped in a week’s time. The wireless charger will give Nexus users to fully charge their phone in just 4 hours.  With this update comes a different low battery notification. Also, users are now not advised to allow connection when they plug their handset into the computer for the first time.

Aside from the Android 4.2.2 update, other update also includes a new software update but it was found out that Nexus 4 cannot connect to 4 LTE band. When users are selecting the LTE network, it changes back to WCDMA. Nexus owners who want their phones to be supported by LTE are often advised not to update their handset though many users prefer to update their smartphones to Android as this gives their phones more features that will be more useful to them.

With this update, Nexus 4 had sold over 1 million handsets though this  has yet to be confirmed the device has been selling well in the market since it was released months ago.

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