SmartPhones user’s are eagerly waiting for the updation to their current Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1. to Jelly Bean 4.2.2. Some recently launched smartphones like Nexus, Xperia Z had Jelly Bean 4.2.2. version but the open source update is not available yet.
Android Jelly Bean 4.2 Features -
- “Photo Sphere” panorama photos.]
- Keyboard with gesture typing
- Lock screen improvements, including widget support and the ability to swipe directly to camera.
- Notification power controls (“Quick Settings”)
- “Daydream” screensavers, showing information when idle or docked
- Multiple user accounts (tablets only)
- Support for wireless display (Miracast)
- Accessibility improvements: triple-tap to magnify the entire screen, pan and zoom with two fingers. Speech output and Gesture Mode navigation for blind users
- New clock app with built-in world clock, stop watch and timer
- All devices now use the same interface layout, previously adapted from phones on 4.1 for smaller tablets (with centered software buttons, the system bar at the top of the screen, and a home screen with a dock and centered application menu), regardless of screen size
- Increased number of extended notifications and Actionable Notifications for more apps, allowing the response to certain notifications within the notification bar and without launching the app directly
- Always-on VPN
- Premium SMS confirmation.
Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1 Features -
- Fixed a bug in the People app where December was not displayed on the date selector when adding an event to a contact.
- Added Bluetooth gamepads and joysticks as supported HID
Jelly Bean 4.2.2. is much more stable than it’s previous versions & recover many bugs. Some new features of Jelly Bean 4.2.2. are -
- Fixed Bluetooth audio streaming bugs
- Long-pressing the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth icons in Quick Settings now toggles the on/off state
- New download notifications, which now shows the percentage and estimated time remaining for active app downloads
- New sounds for wireless charging and low battery
- New Gallery app animation allows faster loading
- USB debug whitelist
- Bug fixes and performance enhancements
The successor to Jelly Bean is widely rumored to sport the name of Key Lime Pie. An illustration by artist and Google employee Manu Cornet, depicting the Android robot eating a piece of key lime pie, seemingly confirms this name. In February 2013, a leaked document from Qualcomm revealed that Key Lime Pie will be released in the second quarter of 2013.