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Are there any rumors about the release date of Android 4.2.2 for the Nexus 7?


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Are there any rumors about the release date of Android 4.2.2 for the Nexus 7?
It isn't even rolling out for people with the nexus 4 yet and that is the device it is rumored to on when you buy a new one in brazil.
 
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This is how rumors get started.
 
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I'm running 4.3, why- you haven't heard that it's been released

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How you get Android 4.3? I thought I read somewhere that an app or theme or something required 4.3. I thought maybe it was just it was just written by mistake.

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Hahaha, this is hilarious. XD

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You guys are late!! I'm running 4.3.1. On a serious note I think 4.2.2 is coming very soon as Google have got important things to fix!

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If it just rumours..... I've heard that they are dropping support for the nexus 7 because the screen doesn't measure exactly 7 inches'


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I don't know about 4.2.2 on the Nexus 7 but there's a leak on 4.2.2 running on a Nexus 4 http://www.pocketdroid.net/android-4...azil-malaysia/

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I wonder what it fixes. I hope google put up a changelog soon enough.

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