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Android 4.2.1 comes to the Nexus family

Android 4.2.1 comes to the Nexus family

Those responsible for this popular mobile platform in the barracks of Google just released a minor update to the newly available Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This is the new version of Android 4.2.1 coming nomenclature to solve some system failures and add a couple of very interesting developments, especially for fans of video games on mobile.

This update has begun to arrive first of all, and as usual, the family of Google Nexus Terminal. First reported its availability via OTA (over the air) in the new family of the Nexus 4 , Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 , however, for some minutes in certain parts of the world the Galaxy Nexus released have begun to receive.

Its main innovations is the solution to some bugs that arrived in Android 4.2 as this distinct lack of the month of December 2012 on the calendar. They have also added native support for Bluetooth gamepads and joysticks, something that will definitely make happy those who enjoy playing on your Android smartphone or tablet.

As expected the build number also changes, if “JOP40C” to now “JOP40D”. But not only this, but some drivers have been modified in the Nexus family, but on this issue have not been given many details. What is certain is that this minor update expected performance improvements and optimization, especially in the Nexus 4, so that a terminal will become even more powerful than it is so far.

To check if you already have the update to Android 4.2.1 so just go to the Settings menu, there to “About device” and then selecting the option called “System Updates”.

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