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  • Cyanognemod Gets Updated to Android OS 4.2.2

    Yes, if you have CM10.1 on your device, the latest nightly should update it to 4.2.2.



    Changes:


    • Fixed Bluetooth audio streaming bugs[103]
    • Long-pressing the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth icons in Quick Settings now toggles the on/off state
    • New download notifications, which now shows the percentage and estimated time remaining for active app downloads
    • New sounds for wireless charging and low battery
    • Removed option to show all calls in the phone app's call list
    • New Gallery app animation allows faster loading
    • USB debug whitelist
    • Bug fixes and performance enhancements




    CyanogenMod

    Feb 15, 2013 - Public
    PSA - ADB Whitelist

    As of the Android 4.2.2 update, when you connect your phone to a computer, you are presented with your computer's RSA key fingerprint to open the adb connection. You also have the ability to permanently trust the computer, so you don't have to repeat this step upon every re-connect.

    In order for this to work, you must be on the latest SDK which will grant you an updated 'adb' binary.

    We will not be introducing any functionality to sidestep this default security, so if you don't update, you will lose the ability to access the device using adb.



    For a look at the recent history or the Android OS, we'll copy / paste back to Gingerbread. For the full history, you can visit: Android version history - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Android 2.32.3.2 Gingerbread (API level 9)

    On 6 December 2010, the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) SDK was released, based on Linux kernel 2.6.35.[45][46] Changes included:[45]
    [show]Android 2.3 Gingerbread

    Android 2.3.32.3.7 Gingerbread (API level 10)

    [show]Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread

    Android 3.0 Honeycomb (API level 11)

    On 22 February 2011, the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) SDK the first tablet-only Android update was released, based on Linux kernel 2.6.36.[55][56][57][58] The first device featuring this version, the Motorola Xoom tablet, was released on 24 February 2011.[59] The update's features included:[55]
    [show]Android 3.0 Honeycomb

    Android 3.1 Honeycomb (API level 12)

    [show]Android 3.1 Honeycomb

    Android 3.2 Honeycomb (API level 13)

    Most first -and second-generation Google TV-enabled devices utilize Honeycomb 3.2.[63]
    [show]Android 3.2 Honeycomb

    Android 4.04.0.2 Ice Cream Sandwich (API level 14)

    The SDK for Android 4.0.1 (Ice Cream Sandwich), based on Linux kernel 3.0.1,[66] was publicly released on 19 October 2011.[67] Google's Gabe Cohen stated that Android 4.0 was "theoretically compatible" with any Android 2.3.x device in production at that time.[68] The source code for Android 4.0 became available on 14 November 2011.[69] The update introduced numerous new features, including:[70][71][72]
    [show]Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

    Android 4.0.34.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich (API level 15)

    [show]Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich
    Support for Adobe Systems' Flash player ended with Ice Cream Sandwich.[81]

    Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (API level 16)

    Google announced Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) at the Google I/O conference on 27 June 2012. Based on Linux kernel 3.0.31, Jelly Bean was an incremental update with the primary aim of improving the functionality and performance of the user interface. The performance improvement involved "Project Butter", which uses touch anticipation, triple buffering, extended vsync timing and a fixed frame rate of 60 fps to create a fluid and "buttery-smooth" UI.[82] Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was released to the Android Open Source Project on 9 July 2012,[83] and the Nexus 7 tablet, the first device to run Jelly Bean, was released on 13 July 2012.[84]
    [show]Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

    Android 4.2 Jelly Bean (API level 17)

    Google was expected to announce Jelly Bean 4.2 at an event in New York City on 29 October 2012, but the event was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy.[93] Instead of rescheduling the live event, Google announced the new version with a press release, under the slogan "A new flavor of Jelly Bean". The first devices to run Android 4.2 were LG's Nexus 4 and Samsung's Nexus 10, which were released on 13 November 2012.[3][94]
    [hide]Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
    Version Release date Features Image(s)
    4.2 13 November 2012[95]
    • "Photo Sphere" panorama photos
    • Keyboard with gesture typing
    • Lock screen improvements, including widget support and the ability to swipe directly to camera[96]
    • Notification power controls ("Quick Settings")
    • "Daydream" screensavers, showing information when idle or docked
    • Multiple user accounts (tablets only)
    • Support for wireless display (Miracast)
    • Accessibility improvements: triple-tap to magnify the entire screen, pan and zoom with two fingers. Speech output and Gesture Mode navigation for blind users
    • New clock app with built-in world clock, stop watch and timer
    • All devices now use the same interface layout, previously adapted from phones on 4.1 for smaller tablets (with centered software buttons, the system bar at the top of the screen, and a home screen with a dock and centered application menu), regardless of screen size
    • Increased number of extended notifications and Actionable Notifications for more apps, allowing the response to certain notifications within the notification bar and without launching the app directly
    • SELinux
    • Always-on VPN
    • Premium SMS confirmation[97][98][99]

    Android 4.2 on the LG Nexus 4
    4.2.1 27 November 2012[100]
    • Fixed a bug in the People app where December was not displayed on the date selector when adding an event to a contact[101]
    • Added Bluetooth gamepads and joysticks as supported HID devices
    4.2.2 11 February 2013[102]
    • Fixed Bluetooth audio streaming bugs[103]
    • Long-pressing the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth icons in Quick Settings now toggles the on/off state
    • New download notifications, which now shows the percentage and estimated time remaining for active app downloads
    • New sounds for wireless charging and low battery
    • Removed option to show all calls in the phone app's call list
    • New Gallery app animation allows faster loading
    • USB debug whitelist
    • Bug fixes and performance enhancements


    This article was originally published in forum thread: Cyanognemod Gets Updated to Android OS 4.2.2 started by chrisngrod View original post
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. wiseoldman's Avatar
      wiseoldman -
      So, what do i install (link?) to get my PC to now see my DINC with 4.2.2?
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      Via like adb? Pretty sure you just have to update the Android SDK.
    1. wiseoldman's Avatar
      wiseoldman -
      I went here and installed "windows sdk-r21.1" and installed the "4" series. Debugging is turned on, on the phone. If i turn on QPST, the phone isnt listed so i cant connect. Have not tried command line ADB yet.

      I'm running XP.

      https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
    1. wiseoldman's Avatar
      wiseoldman -
      ok, guess it would help if i ran the "diag mode script". ...duh.
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      ^lol yes!

      I haven't checked in a bit, but I don't think anyone has posted the Note 2 diag information for AOSP roms. I was going to do a tutorial for the VZW Note 2.
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