We just reported that Google has begun rolling out the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the GSM Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 devices. Several reports are now confirming that the same firmware update is also rolling out for the Google’s 10-incher tablet, Nexus 10.
Google has yet to provide the official changelog for this update. Android 4.2.2 update is expected to fix the Bluetooth A2DP streaming issues on some of the devices. Of course, Nexus 10 owners can expect to find goodies like improved performance and improved stability for the device. Each users gets their own personal, customizable space. With the help of Gesture Typing, you will be able to type messages just by gliding your finger across the keyboard. We would glad if Google provides change log of any update the moment it goes out to the Nexus product over-the-air.
Just like it did on Nexus 7 and GSM Galaxy Nexus devices, the update also bumps the build number up to JDQ39.
The Android 4.2.2 JB update for the Nexus 10 weighs in at 47.8MB, and the owners of Nexus 10 tablets will be notified once the update is available for download on their device in their areas. So, what are you waiting for? If you want to check for the update manually can do so by heading into Menu > Settings > About Tablet > Software update > Check for Updates.