Do you happen to be a proud owner of the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 or Galaxy Nexus, where the latter two hail from Samsung, while the Nexus 4 is from LG and the Nexus 7 was forged in the fires of Mount Asus. Well, if you have answered in the affirmative, you would have known that Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean has started to roll out to those devices for a few days already, and assuming you have yet to receive your OTA (Over The Air) notification to do so for Android 4.2.2, fret not – the factory image is now available for download.
Huh? Factory image, you say? What’s that in plain English again? Basically, the Android 4.2.2 factory image is a clean copy of the mobile operating system, allowing your device to work perfectly fine should your operating system end up corrupted by your own curious doing (or through a wayward and malicious app). Having said that, you might want to stash away the Android 4.2.2 in a safe place somewhere just in case things go awry later on.
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