Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) is currently starting a to make its way out into the world. While none of these changes can be seen as a milestone, we’ll have to wait for Key Lime Pie for that, here’s a quick peek at what you can expect to find.
First up the quick settings have changed slightly. Now a long press of either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth will act as a toggle. A short press still functions the same and opens the settings page for either feature. While slightly backwards from other toggles this is a step in the right direction.
Next up on the list is download notifications for the play store. Now while downloading an app the new notification now gives an estimated time for your download to finish based on the current speed of your download. A nice change for the impatient downloader.
There’s a couple new sounds as well. Nexus 4 users will be glad to know there is now a notification sound when wireless charging has started. Also the low battery notification has been changed. Gone is that horrible trumpet sound that heralded sadness replaced with a more refined downward cascade.
Some users have been reporting that the Bluetooth stuttering issue has been fixed as well. While not in the official change log this would be a welcome addition to this update.