Android 4.2.2 Now Rolling to Nexus 4; Removes the Unofficial LTE Support

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    This news probably won't apply to a ton of folks here on DF, but we still wanted to share it. Here's a good news/bad news situation for Nexus 4 owners. The good news is that Android 4.2.2 (version JDQ39), that has been rolling out to all the other Nexus devices besides the Nexus 4 is now pushing out to the Nexus 4 as well. Below we have some instructions on how to install it manually. But Wait! You may want to hear the bad news first, depending on where you live and what you have done with your Nexus 4.

    The bad news is that this update effectively neuters the unofficial LTE support that some folks where able to activate on their Nexus 4 devices in Canada. So, fair warning if you fall into this category, and you want to keep your unofficial LTE, then you may not want to get the Android 4.2.2 update. For everyone else, here are some instructions below to install it manually.
    One last disclaimer: please remember that this is only for the Nexus 4. The .sdk is different for other Nexus devices. Here's the download link: Nexus 4 JDQ39

    Source: TalkAndroid
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