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Old February 5th, 2013, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Android 4.2.2 Spotted in The Wild; Last Jelly Bean Release Before Key Lime Pie? | Android News, Phones, Tablets, Apps, Reviews - Android Headlines

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Just checked my N4 and it says it's up-to-date with 4.2.1

So .. what's supposed to be in Key Lime Pie?
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4.2.2 is probably still going to be under the Jelly Bean name and just include bug fixes...I am assuming Android 5.0 to be the next installment of Android being Key Lime Pie.
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I'm still on 4.1.1 so anything would be good
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Old February 5th, 2013, 12:49 PM   #5 (permalink)
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4.2.2 is probably still going to be under the Jelly Bean name and just include bug fixes...I am assuming Android 5.0 to be the next installment of Android being Key Lime Pie.
That's waht I was thinking, but at the same time the author hinted that maybe this could be the last before KLP.
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That's waht I was thinking, but at the same time the author hinted that maybe this could be the last before KLP.
Typically updates will continue to roll out as Google finds more bugs, like they said about Gingerbread...there were a lot of minor releases to fix bugs. So even if 5.0 is released there still could be potential updates for Jelly Bean that we could see in the future.

I don't know about any hints on KLP though.
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I would never update to a full integer such as 4.0 or 5.0, it's just stupid IMO, let some else be the guinea pig and report bugs.
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I would never update to a full integer such as 4.0 or 5.0, it's just stupid IMO, let some else be the guinea pig and report bugs.
There are always bugs in every revision, release, and update. Version numbers mean nothing.

You'll hear about the outliers who stumble across the bugs usually because they have something unique about thier setup, but for the vast majority of people the update is going to go just fine, no need to wait. Just make sure you have current backups.
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There are always bugs in every revision, release, and update. Version numbers mean nothing.

You'll hear about the outliers who stumble across the bugs usually because they have something unique about thier setup, but for the vast majority of people the update is going to go just fine, no need to wait. Just make sure you have current backups.
Yeah but most bugs occurs in main release because of all the new feature not yet released ta the public therefore bugs non discovered. That's why my previous comment still stand, don't get full interger upgrade because you are setting yourself up to be a guinea pig.
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