Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) for mantaray Nexus 10 now available to download and manually install

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We already posted the download link and instructions to install Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) on the takju Galaxy Nexus and the nakasi WiFi-only Nexus 7, and now it’s time for the mantaray Nexus 10 (All Nexus 10s).

In order to do the update, your device needs to be running build JOP40D. If you already have a custom recovery, you can just download the Zip file {linked below), copy it to your device, and flash. If you’re running the stock recovery, then download the Zip file (linked below), but leave it on your computer and follow these instructions:

You will need the latest version of adb in order to proceed. Just download the latest Android SDK to make sure you’re up to date.

  1. Power off your mantaray Nexus 10, and power back on by holding the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons while it boots.
  2. The fastboot menu should appear and you should see “Start” in the top right. Press Volume Up till it changes to “Recovery.” Press the Power button to select it.
  3. You will see an Android with a red exclamation point icon, press Volume Up and the Power button at the same time.
  4. You will get a new menu and you can navigate to “apply update from adb.”
  5. Now it’s time to connect your mantaray Nexus 10 to your computer via a USB cable
  6. Open the command prompt in Windows (cmd in Windows, regular shell in Linux and Mac) and navigate to the directory that the Zip file is located in.
  7. Type: adb sideload eaef14432ff5.signed-mantaray-JDQ39-from-JOP40D.eaef1443.zip
  8. The update will install and reach 100%.
  9. Reboot and enjoy Android 4.2.2

 

Download mantaray build JDQ39 for the Nexus 10 from Google’s servers. **This is ONLY for the the Nexus10!!

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  • http://twitter.com/sxa555 Stewart X Addison

    One comment – if you get “error: insufficient permissions for device” you can clear it by running “adb kill-server”. Also “adb devices” is useful if you need to check it can see your device when it’s plugged in.

  • Jesse

    Step one should say “power back on by holding volume up, volume down, and power button all at the same time”. I didn’t realize I had to press all three at once and hold them until the boot menu shows up.

  • ANDREY V

    IN STEP ONE , YOU CAN JUST HOLD POWER BUTTON AND VOLUME DOWN . :)