Just because Nexus devices get first dibs on the latest version of Android certainly doesn’t mean it’s always a fun affair. Android 4.2 seems to be quite buggy in a few areas, and Google is now rolling out an update to Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices to take care of a few lingering bugs.
The most notable bug in Android 4.2 was the lack of the month December when adding a contact’s birthday in the People application. I’ve personally experienced a very frustrating bug in Android 4.2 on the Nexus 7 that incessantly produces phantom clicks that was only remedied by a factory reset, which is something I hadn’t had a problem with until the 4.2 update, so we can only hope that the 4.2.1 update has a few more tricks up its sleeve.
Beginning today, the roll-out of the update is set to hit Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 devices only, and should hopefully hit the Nexus 7 shortly afterwards.
It’s clear that Android 4.2 needs a bit more polish to it, but this latest update should ease a couple of frustrations people may have experienced.
If you’re rocking Android 4.2, have you found any other random bugs? Sound off in the comments below!