Anyone getting 4.2.2General

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  1. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

    Will confirm this answer. :)

    Also worth noting that I had to reflash custom recovery and that ADB is, well, wonky now.... If that matters to anyone else.

  2. kronz602

    kronz602 Active Member

    My n4 just updated to 4.2.2
  3. stevevercs

    stevevercs Well-Known Member

    Hiya Chaps,

    Could someone just clarify for the easiest/best way to update?
    I have Root and CWM installed, and from what I understand the update wont install because of CWM? Is it best to download the .zip and install it via CWM or am I way off?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
  4. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

    Have you made any other changes other than cwm?

    See this thread.
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  5. Sylon

    Sylon Well-Known Member

    Still no luck on the Nexus 4, even after trying the Google Framework trick, twice. Just gotta wait it out I guess.
  6. stevevercs

    stevevercs Well-Known Member

  7. blahblahyoutoo

    blahblahyoutoo Well-Known Member

    don't know why they didn't make short press as the toggle and long press as the actual setting.
  8. realizm

    realizm Well-Known Member

    Still nothing :(
  9. cats_five

    cats_five Member

    Downloading as I tap...
  10. cats_five

    cats_five Member

    Screen says "by WiFi only until 15 Feb"
  11. andrews317

    andrews317 Well-Known Member

    Nothing here yet -_-
  12. tlopez1973

    tlopez1973 Well-Known Member

    I love the ability to press and hold on the on status bar toggles

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  13. Krunk83

    Krunk83 Well-Known Member

    You need to root. This has been a feature of cyanogenmod for quite some time.
  14. ou7shined

    ou7shined Well-Known Member

    I just nudged my N4 to go 4.2.2 OTA.

    Go to settings > apps > all apps > Google Services Framework - force stop then clear data, then re-check for update. ;)
  15. ou7shined

    ou7shined Well-Known Member


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  16. ppaul1219

    ppaul1219 Well-Known Member

    I also just deleted google framework data & rebooted then checked and update was also there, Like you said could be coincidence but it also worked for me thanks!
  17. pendetim

    pendetim Active Member

    I just received notification the 4.2.2 is available on my Nexus 4.

    Is there a listing anywhere what it fixes ( and what it breaks, requiring 4.2.3 to be released)?
  18. Sylon

    Sylon Well-Known Member

    Just tried for the 4th or 5th time today and still no luck :(
  19. runtmms

    runtmms Well-Known Member

    Those of you making the leap to 4.2.2, please report back on if you notice any differences.
  20. cvu524

    cvu524 Active Member

    I got mine today after I forced it through the settings. The fixes are as what is on every android blog and changelog; namely long pressing the Bluetooth and Wifi tiles can turn on or off and saves you a few presses. I haven't tried to see if it will minimize the Bluetooth skipping yet but at the same time this Jellybean update will be the final one and ready it for KLP
  21. njs11usc

    njs11usc Well-Known Member

    Got it earlier today, so far no differences.
  22. realizm

    realizm Well-Known Member

    Same here. Fuking sux
  23. Banished Angel

    Banished Angel Well-Known Member

    Anyone having an issue with the notification sounds making a screeching noise with 4.2.2?
  24. hayj

    hayj Well-Known Member

    Got the update on my Nexus 4 and 7 at the same time. Cleared the data on Google Services Framework and it came through. I tried this earlier and it didn't work. Worked within minutes of each device this time.
  25. realizm

    realizm Well-Known Member

    Did the same trick. And on the 209th time it worked!

    It's slightly disturbing though it said "Download on Wi-Fi until Feb 15"

    That means I essentially had a 35 minute window to get my update??

    Anyone know what to make of that??

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