Android 4.2.2 Factory Images for Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 Officially Revealed
There’s no doubt that one of the major selling points of the terminals belonging to the Nexus family, is the software support that Google provides for them. As you probably know, the Nexus smartphones and tablets are always the first to receive the latest firmware updates, and the Android fans are choosing them over the competition for this reason.
If until last year there was only one terminal under the Nexus brand, at this time Google is providing full support for two Nexus smartphones and two Nexus tablets: the Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
May of those who decided to purchase a Nexus device are aware of the long list of advantages they bring over the Android terminals developed by the OEMs.
Anyway, always being able to update your smartphone to the latest version of the operating system it’s not always an advantage, especially because some of the firmwares might arrive in Beta, then update subsequently to fix certain bugs.
There are certain Android versions that only rolled out for the Nexus terminals, and the Android smartphone and tablet makers didn’t integrated them in their terminals, choosing to pre-install the most stable version.
When the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update was officially rolled out, certain users have complained about the Bluetooth connections and certain network issues, depending on terminal and carrier.
Android 4.2.2 comes to fix all these bugs, also bringing some minor user interface improvements meant to enhance the operating system’s ergonomics.
Anyway, of you want to return to the factory image, after, let’s say you have tested certain custom ROMs, or unofficial stock ROMs, you can now return to the latest Android version.
It’s also recommended to install the Android 4.2.2 factory image for optimum stability and performance, and you might also find out that there are big differences between the factory image and the OTA update.
If you want to download the Android 4.2.2 factory image for your Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, or Nexus 10 terminal, you can do it from Google Developers official website.