Reportedly, it has been informed that Google Nexus 7 Android 4.2 JellyBean updatehas begun rolling out this week. The software upgrade was recently rolled out to Galaxy Nexus GSM models and now it seems that it is arriving on the high selling tablet. Once it is performed, the device will be running Android 4.2 build JOP40C that comes with a slew of new features.
If you are a proud owner of the Nexus 7 tablet, you can get your hands on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean user experience.
Android 4.2 is nothing by an incremental version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and it adds new features like Gesture typing – predictive typing, Photo Sphere – to create panoramic shots, support for wireless displays, multi-user support on tablets, Daydream – to display useful information, improved Google Now and lock screen UI improvements.
With the update, Nexus 7 tablet will receive improved stability and performance, security features, expandable, actionable notifications and easy personalization of the home screen.
How to Update?
Firstly, the users of Nexus 7 will receive a notification of the update anytime, so that you can download the OTA update. Also, users can check for the update manually. For that, you need to turn off the Wi-Fi, go to Settings > Apps list > All > Google Services Framework. Clear the cache, and hit Force stop. Reactivate the Wi-Fi, go to Settings > About tablet > System and the update should be ready for download.