Google releases full changelog for Android 4.2 update

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Google has just posted a new changelog that shows all the new features and enhancements made to Android 4.2 Jellybean. Along with the lock screen widgets, redesigned clock, and quick settings in the notifications bar there are even more tweaks that have been included in the latest version of Android. Some of the lesser known updates include added tweaks to TalkBack such as the ability to enable it from the power menu, ‘Gesture Mode’ to reliably navigate the UI using touch and swipe gestures in combination with speech output, and BrailleBack for full braille services. Hit the source link for the full list and let us know what changes you like most in the comments below.

Source: 4.2 JellyBean Changelog

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  • Kary

    This update to my Nexus 7 makes it very responsive again. The first update made it sluggish.

  • Eric

    Glad to get back voice commands with long press of wired headset button while in pocket with dark screen. That was taken away with ICS Bionic.

  • http://www.bible-tech.com/ Justin A

    I’ve really liked the update so far on my Nexus 10. It hasn’t had the restart issue that would sometimes kick in while gaming.