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Android 4.2.2 “JDQ39″ Binaries Now Available

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Google has released the¬†Android 4.2.2 “JDQ39″ binaries and will now begin pushing the code to the Android Open Source Project. These files, available for the full range of Nexus devices, will greatly benefit anyone looking to make their own ROM’s and or anyone hoping to see new ROM’s completed for any number of devices should be excited by this news.

If you dev, go grab it now.

Via: Google Developers

  • Tim

    Now maybe we’ll see Bugless Beast updated… Well one can dream can’t they?

  • fengben

    tinyurl.com/cnaff79.

  • Chuck Finley

    Shiny OTA should be out tonight

  • Greyhame

    Damn.. and I was just going to flash MMuzzy’s ROM onto my GNex too… Well, I need a change and I’ll just reflash if/when he updates.

  • Dane Carpenter

    Is that CDMA/LTE Binaries I see? Awesome. I’ll be back I’m going to check this out.

  • satrn

    Am I the only one that saw, “Galaxy Nexus (Verizon) binaries for Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39)”

    • http://twitter.com/Pucuck Nicholas Ringhiser

      They’re there.

      • NexusPhan69

        Yes it does. And they look new.

        • PhoenixPath

          Sweet.

        • avinyc

          I’m pretty sure new radio drivers come directly from the carrier for CDMA. Hence the lack of factory images.

    • moelsen8

      it’s crazy that the binaries have been there for like every update the verizon gnex has missed. i guess verizon just decided to skip all of them. bastards.

      • NexusPhan69

        I thought the same thing. Made me really happy about Google’s commitment to the LTE GNex and made me really hate Verizon.

        • http://twitter.com/digitdothack Rong Thach

          That’s so true!!!

          • michael arazan

            Last week their weren’t any 4.2 at android.com website, this must have happened this week, the last current one was 4.1.1

    • avinyc

      If you know how to compile them, you can have it running 4.2.2 now.

  • http://www.kovdev.com/ kover

    I’m glad these made a comeback. Their removal awhile ago was certainly disheartening and cause for concern.

    • avinyc

      Are you talking about the verizon gnex binaries? They have been there since last July. It did suck when they were removed for a few months, but I doubt they’ll be removed again.