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Android 4.2.2 Rolling Out To Nexus Devices, Possible Bluetooth Fix

We’ve been seeing Android 4.2.2 around a few times, running on Nexus 4 devices but never rolling out. Now we finally get a hands on look at 4.2.2, as will all of you Nexus owners! It seems to be rolling out to a multitude of Nexus devices, like the 7, 10, and Galaxy Nexus. So far the update has not been seen on a Nexus 4, but it may be rolling out so… Read more

Nexus 4 Wireless Charging Orb Now Available In The Play Store

We’ve been waiting for this day for a long time. The Nexus 4 wireless charging orb, shown off by Google many times, is finally available for purchase. While it is only a Qi compliant wireless charging pad, it has some great aesthetics and design. Plus it works with the Nexus 4 without any replacement covers or cases: you just put the phone on the orb… Read more

Google’s Nexus 4 Ad Details The Wonders Of Google Now

Google aired its first US prime time TV commercial for the Nexus 4. The advertisement aired during the commercial breaks for the Grammy Awards. While the advertisement showcased the Nexus 4, it emphasized mostly on Google’s latest feature, ‘Google Now’ and the wonders of having all the information you need at the moment you need them. Google Now… Read more

The 8GB Nexus 4 Finally Goes Out Of Stock

It took a total of 9 days, but the 8GB Nexus 4 is finally “temporarily out of stock”. A lot of people were surprised that the Nexus 4 lasted even more than a day in Google’s Play store. The 16GB Nexus 4 is still in stock with a 2-3 week ship time, and it’s most likely to go temporarily out of stock as well. Google should be getting another batch… Read more

Nexus 4 Factory Image Available For Download Again

We don’t know why, but for the longest time, Google did not distribute the Nexus 4 factory image. They took it down from their site along with the binaries and never spoke about it. While we are very curious about what happened, we can at least say that the factory image for 4.2.1 is now back up on their site. The binaries are still gone, but at least… Read more