If you happen to own a Nexus 4 or a Nexus 10, then you must consider yourself lucky because Google seems to be pushing out Android 4.2.1 to the aforementioned devices today. Folks over at XDA Developers were among the first to break the news. Some Nexus 7 owners are even saying that they also received the update. But before you jump up and down to celebrate, do note that the Android 4.2.1 update is merely 1.1MB.
But, according to some Nexus 4 owners, the update fixes the December “birthday” bug which basically prevented users from saving their birthdays or anniversaries during the month of December in the People app. That’s good news considering that December is already fast approaching. Additionally, the update is said to also fix the purported Bluetooth issues on the Nexus devices. Do note that the update will be gradual, so a little patience will definitely help. If you’re already getting the update via OTA, drop us a note okay?
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