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android Android 4.2 Plagues by Major Bugs and Issues

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When you skip a whole month in your calendar you know things aren't going good.

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duh, everyone knows if December doesn't exist - either does dooms day!

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duh, everyone knows if December doesn't exist - either does dooms day!

Nah, android are simply following the maiyan calendar :p

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I have Nexus 7 running 4.2 (note original Nexus 7 that shipped with 4.1 upgraded to 4.1 update, then 4.2)

Not experiencing battery / extreme drain.

Not had random reboots or instability.

No flickering w/ auto brightness and typically used in darker rooms.

Not used bluetooth, so can't evaluate that one.

Not used camera much or widgets on the lock screen, can't evaluate that.

Confirmed Dec is missing on personal contact information event dates (bday, anniversary, etc).

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I took it from them

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and it stole christmas :(

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and it stole christmas :(

OMG

Cat stole christmas

*insert grown man crying emote here*

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it's my month!

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Santa doesn't exist so I guess December was made up too! But, I still want JB

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I updated my galaxy nexus to android 4.2, complete fresh load.

I removed it yesterday and went back to 4.1 I experienced the random reboots, the instability, battery drain and slow charging and odd behaviour on the lockscreen. I also noticed my phone got extremely hot after a full charge :(

When 4.1 was first released I upgraded straight away and never looked back, 4.2 however just isn't quite right yet :(

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Running 4.2 on my nexus 7 fine here, only had 8gb space instead of 16gb after flashing stock images but that was easily fixed ^^

I updated my galaxy nexus to android 4.2, complete fresh load.

I removed it yesterday and went back to 4.1 I experienced the random reboots, the instability, battery drain and slow charging and odd behaviour on the lockscreen. I also noticed my phone got extremely hot after a full charge :(

When 4.1 was first released I upgraded straight away and never looked back, 4.2 however just isn't quite right yet :(

You're just holding your phone wrong :p

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My battery life has gotten worse over the past couple of days but I think that's because I'm using the Cloud Player when I'm out and about.

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You're just holding your phone wrong :p

I knew it :p damn!!!!

My battery life has gotten worse over the past couple of days but I think that's because I'm using the Cloud Player when I'm out and about.

My battery died quite quickly without using the cloud player, but using the cloud player.....well, that just destroyed the battery :p

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I'm a little nervous now about when Sprint will *eventually* get 4.2 pushed out for my galaxy nexus.

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I have a Galaxy Nexus (Verizon) and Nexus 7 both running Jelly Bean 4.2

I will say on the Nexus 7 (stock, unrooted), I took the OTA, and I have experienced the December bug, and the poor battery life. Other than that, it's rock solid, no slowdowns, no reboots, lockscreen (widgets) work fine.

On the Galaxy Nexus, it's rooted, and running a custom ROM, but I haven't experienced anything but the December bug.

I'm sure Google will come up with a fix. It's not like we haven't heard of such issues happening after an OS upgrade (with a different mobile OS).

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Running 4.2 on a Galaxy Nexus & Nexus 7 - the Nexus 7 I ran the OTA, on the GNex I did a full system image. Both are running fine and I have not experienced any bugs (other than the December bug, but that is easily remedied by updating your contacts online).

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December bug is the only issue I have as well.

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i have no issues with 4.2 on my galaxy nexus. feels same as with 4.1.2

only the lockscreen i find pointless and ugly, same for the new design/font of the clock... ugh

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I haven't noticed any of those bugs on the Nexus 7, but then again I'm not using that People/Contacts app there, nor have I used bluetooth so far.

I'm not too fond of the lock screen widgets and the new separate notifications and settings drop downs, but other than that it seems to be running as fine as 4.1.

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Seems much ado about nothing to me.

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All those issues are not present in Nexus 4/10. Mostly present in older Nexi.

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On my Nexus 7 I prefered 4.1. Not really liking 4.2 :/

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4.2 feels too different to be a x.1 release. I prefered 4.1, simplier than 4.2

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Hmmm, I've seen two people complain about overheating and slow charging on Galaxy Note 2's. Not sure if they're on 4.2, but something to bear in mind.

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