lol, 12 Feb 2013if you're such a geek, update it yourself :PLOL true. They want the updates and brag that they are tech enthusiasts but can't update the device themselves and always forces XDA to do it for them.
Also on topic, As you all see, just because you have a google nexus device DOES NOT mean that you'll get the updates first. See the Verizon Galaxy Nexus is left out in the cold AGAIN.
And NO your Galaxy S3 and Note 2 will have to wait til later this year for an update. They are not Nexus devices. Samsung will take care of you all.
Meanwhile, I'm working on porting Ubuntu for Mobiles onto my S3.
Yea, I'm actually capable enough in the tech world to do it myself.
I have galaxy s3 and I received an update.. But there's no any changes..
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2013If only I could buy the Nexus 10 here in Denmark :-(Yeah, I know your feel.
XperiaGoogle, 12 Feb 2013depending on the country on which we will receive the update. don't forget that.Just manually update the firmware jb 4.2.2 is available to download in internet then flash that firmware using Nexus Root Toolkit
Hopefully the voice calling on my dell bh200 bluetooth will be fixed .i have no issues with a2dp and avrcp
great i hope my Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 will get the update ASAP
Terry Senior, 12 Feb 2013Can my Samsung Galaxy S III upgrade to Android 4.2? ask samsung..... this update has been rolled out for nexus devices... probably you'll get it in a couple of months from now as samsung has to update touchviz and other tailor made samsung customizations to it
depending on the country on which we will receive the update. don't forget that.
Nexus 4, 12 Feb 2013I am in India (mumbai) using nexus 4...still waiting for 4.2.2 update. will post once i get it.....Sure do... I too am in Mumbai with my Nexus 4... Let me know when you get it. Kik:texxt
I checked my nexus 7 update now but its nothing...im here in the Philippines ;)
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2013What about Galaxy Note 2 That's not a nexus device!
More and more of the updates are available/compatible on less and less devices. Majority still on GB!