JOP40G should be the next Nexus 4 OTA build. That's probably 4.2.2 that we've been waiting for. That's all we have for now.
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- It's starting to get ugly over on the Google code forums: http://things-linux.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-natives-are-getting-restless.htmlFeb 1, 2013
- I've a N7 3g model and a Gnex both at 4.2.1 totally stock.. No problem at all neither with WiFi or boot or anything at all.... Am I lucky?Feb 1, 2013
- I've got a wifi N7, 4.2.1, no problems either. Wondering if I'm just lucky as well.Feb 1, 2013
- I must confess: I find it difficult to accept that even the Real Smart People at Google could be this indifferent to their customer base. It's either indifference on a truly epic scale, or it's something else.
In the back of my mind is the nagging thought that no company could truly be this indifferent. Incompetence alone, both on the part of the developers, and on the part of the Google Device Support staff who, as far as I can tell, are still telling folks who call in to complain about their Nexus 4's that there are no known issues with the phone just can't explain this.
Managerial incompetence, coupled with managerial arrogance maybe could explain how 4.2 was allowed to be released and then remain unfixed for so long.
Something just does not make sense here, unless Google's top management is as completely disengaged from the Nexus device business unit as they appear to be. I guess that's possible. You've got to wonder how long that business model is sustainable.
It certainly is puzzling, in any event.Feb 1, 2013
- Had to write this up after a Google dev finally (finally!) acknowledged that there are wifi problems in 4.2:
http://things-linux.blogspot.com/2013/02/epic-fail.htmlFeb 1, 2013
- Here's an update on the JOP40G build: http://www.androidpolice.com/2013/02/02/google-pushes-new-android-4-2-1-code-to-aosp-jop40g-4-2-1_r1-2-here-is-the-developer-changelog/Feb 2, 2013
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