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Old February 13th, 2013, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 4.2.2 Does anyone have it?

My roommates Nexus 7 just got the 4.2.2. update. I tried to manually say "search update", but nothing was found.

How can i get this? Or just wait?

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Old February 13th, 2013, 04:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Unless you're rooted I'm not sure. You may just have to wait for the OTA to rollout to yours. You might be able to use adb if you're not rooted I'm just not sure. Check the 4.2.2 thread in the all things root forum. You may be able to use the nexus 10 toolkit to temp load a recovery and install 4.2.2, but you may have to unlock the boot loader to even do that.
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i found a few links online for manual installation instructions. i might try that..... but its already rolled out so if i wait, im sure ill get it.

I'm just not sure how the rollouts work! haha.

havent thought about rooting yet, havent found any reasons yet!

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Not sure how long it will take, but manual installation doesn't require root or even being unlocked. Just one adb command to side load and your good to go.

If you are unlocked, and still have stock recovery, you can boot cwm or twrp and flash the zip file in that.
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I've always found patience is a virtue with these kinds of things. From what I've read the update offers minor bug fixes and a slight boost in performance, nothing too crazy considering how well the Nexus 10 works already if you ask me.
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Unless you're rooted I'm not sure. You may just have to wait for the OTA to rollout to yours. You might be able to use adb if you're not rooted I'm just not sure. Check the 4.2.2 thread in the all things root forum. You may be able to use the nexus 10 toolkit to temp load a recovery and install 4.2.2, but you may have to unlock the boot loader to even do that.
atmazzz, think this will work? Update Nexus 10 to Official Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with JDQ39 OTA Firmware [How to Install] - IBTimes UK

im impatient haha!
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I just sideloaded the 4.2.2 update to my tab...painless process. However, finding and installing the drivers was a PITA. I used the following site for the Nexus 10 ADB and fastboot drivers -
How to Set Up ADB / Fastboot with Android SDK for Any Andorid Device

After installing the drivers, it was smooth sailing.

Edit - BTW, I'm completely stock.
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Yes that should work or follow the instructions in clo's post and then use the adb sideload command. Its good to have adb setup on your computer anyway if you don't already.
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I just waited until I got a notifications that a System Update has been downloaded and installed it. I would be patient; maybe reboot.
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I considered manually updating it myself but as it's a minor update I'm going to wait. If it was Key Lime Pie I'd be all over it though haha.
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I considered manually updating it myself but as it's a minor update I'm going to wait. If it was Key Lime Pie I'd be all over it though haha.

I read somewhere key lime pie will be the next update after 4.2.2. Probably during the Google I/O conference.
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I read somewhere key lime pie will be the next update after 4.2.2. Probably during the Google I/O conference.
Yeah pretty sure I read that also, happy with that, really looking forward to seeing the feature list for it.
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I did encounter a lockup last night after my update to 4.2.2. I decided to give it a FDR, however, I chose not to auto restore apps when logging into the tablet.
Hopefully this helps as I'm at wit's end.
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Tried the Settings -> Apps -> All -> Google Services Framework
clear cache & data trick and got the update OTA first time. Haven't noticed any big differences yet, but at least I can stop checking for the update.
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Crashed on me today again, however, I was using chrome. Back to Boat browser
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Just got 4.2.2 on my N10.
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Got it today.
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Got mine last night after clearing out the Google Services Framework.

I got a random reboot this morning. Hope its unrelated. I was playing the Simpsons Tapped Out.
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I was never able to get 4.2.1 update to stick on mine. Sigh.
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I was never able to get 4.2.1 update to stick on mine. Sigh.
Aren't you rooted? Download 4.2.2 from the link in the all things root forum or root guide and you can just flash it in recovery.
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Aren't you rooted? Download 4.2.2 from the link in the all things root forum or root guide and you can just flash it in recovery.
It'll work properly going directly to 4.2.2 from 4.2.0 right?

Be nice to finally fix this thing. Sick of the update icon in the tray
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It'll work properly going directly to 4.2.2 from 4.2.0 right?
Yep it should.
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Just did mine too......
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Yup. On Sunday, with the wife's N-10.
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Just got it. Port Townsend WA
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It showed up about a week ago on my Nexus 10. Significantly reduced battery burn. Using about half as much battery than it did before the 4.2.2 update.
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It sure seems to be lighter on my battery too (when I first got it I was having serious doubts if I could cope with the short battery life, but then again I was hammering it )

No further freezing so far since 4.2.2, pretty happy
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