Android 4.3 Jelly Bean: Nexus 7 Receives The Update, Will It Fix The Occasional Glitches In Display?

    Google has finally released an update that addresses the occasional glitch in the display of newly launched 2nd generation Nexus 7. After the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update most of the users have reported similar problems in their devices. However, this might be solved with the small 2MB Android update, while it is also reportedly said to fix some minor bugs as well.

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    Android 4.3 Jelly Bean: Nexus 7 Receives The Update

     

    Since the launch of 2nd Gen Nexus 7, the only issue that is vehemently reported is the glitches while performing pinch to zoom. Thus the early users who found the problem and since then Google was investigating issues relating to the tablet's display. Now it seems they have found the solution to it.

    Paul Wilcox, Google community manager for Android, also reportedly wrote on one forum wrote, "As a couple of you have mentioned, there's a new system update that's started rolling out for your Nexus 7s. This update does address the touch-screen issues discussed in this thread."

    The recent JSS15Q software update should thus satisfy the Nexus 7 issue. However, on the other hand, AndroidBeat says that there is any changes brought about the update.

    Moreover, glitches are also found in the onscreen keyboard where usresrs a re getting a worst experience. One owner in the forum wrote, "It is frequently registering double taps, and often ghost taps in areas not anywhere near where I'm touching on the keyboard".

    However, the recent software update for Nexus device is potential to fix the issue or not? That seems to be quite filled with dilemma. However, new Nexus 7 users can comment on the box below about their experience with the updated Nexus device.

     

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