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It was just yesterday that we reported that Android 4.2.2 was rolling out to Google's Nexus devices - with one small caveat. The popular flagship phone, LG's Nexus 4, was left out. Well just one day later it looks like the Google Nexus 4 is now receiving its Android 4.2.2 goodness OTA.
The build, JDQ39, isn't a major overhaul but does have a couple new sounds in store. Google recently launched the Nexus 4 wireless charger, and to accompany the release, Android 4.2.2 makes a special sound when the device is being wirelessly charged. The update also adds a new low-battery sound. Other than that, there are a number of minor tweaks.
That's not all, however. The Android 4.2.2 update also takes away the LTE capability on the Nexus 4 that could be unlocked. It was last year that users discovered that they could unlock LTE on Band 4 to work on Canadian networks or parts of AT&T's network with the Nexus 4. The astute folks over at AnandTech have found that the update takes away this little perk.
"If having support for LTE on Band 4 on your Nexus 4 is important to you, I'd recommend holding off on updating with the OTA zip for now, no doubt people will also make their own update images without the radio update as well," Brian Klug wrote.
If you are unable to grab the update OTA and would like to do so manually, you can head over to AndroidAuthority for a quick how-to.
The Android 4.2.2 update has also been reported to have rolled out to the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 devices.
Let us know if you are able to grab Android 4.2.2 for the Nexus 4 and what you think of it.