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Nexus Binaries Now Support JDQ39 to JDQ39E, Which is Still Android 4.2.2

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Thought we should point out that this morning, Google updated the Nexus binaries page to show that Android 4.2.2 binaries now support JDQ39 to JDQ39E. For those not familiar, JDQ39E is the newest build of Android 4.2.2 that was pushed to AOSP back in April. It’s nothing major when compared to JDQ39, and who knows if we’ll ever even see it as an update.

Our sights are still set on Android 4.3 for the time being.

Via:  Google Developers

  • Dipeen

    Is there Android 4.3 OTA update for Android 4.2.2 JDQ39E build ?

  • http://randomphantasmagoria.com/ Shawn

    4.1.2/JZO54L was also released to AOSP. This is the build that the Verizon Xoom is getting, so that OTA must be imminent as well.

  • TeeJay1100

    I bet that Google will release the new version of Android between June 10th – 15th. The week of WWDC. Hahahahahahaha Rain on Apple’s parade.

  • brkshr

    I’ll bet CM updates the binaries :-P

    • PyroHoltz

      CM10.1 has been running this version for some time on the Gnex.

      • PyroHoltz

        Screenshot.

        • trophynuts

          i think you’re misunderstanding the topic. The JDQ39E build has been out for a while. What they just updated was the binaries for it. ..at least i think that is what they’re saying.

          • brkshr

            Exactly. The binaries for the N4 to be exact.

          • AxemRed

            Yep. I also read on another forum that nothing really changed with these binaries. They just updated the JDQ39 binaries with the name JDQ39E.

        • bukowski

          i thought the baseband bumped up to .54 from .48 with the JDQ39E release.

          EDIT: err… doh! i’m of course thinking of the n4 specifically. *dons the dunce hat*