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Nexus 7 factory image issues have Jean-Baptiste Quéru “quitting AOSP”

It looks like there has been some recent change in the world of Android. Well, not so much in terms of the operating system and day-to-day use, but for Jean-Baptiste Quéru who has recently taken to Google+ with a posting about how he is quitting AOSP. Aside from this most recent comment, JBQ has recently made a few interesting comments on Twitter and it seems this all stems from an issue with the Nexus 7 factory images.

Sony Xperia Tablet Z added to Android Open Source Project

We have seen several Sony branded devices being supported under the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The Xperia S was supported back in 2012 and a more recent addition was the Xperia Z smartphone. As of today, Sony has announced AOSP support for the Xperia Tablet Z. Similar to those other offerings from Sony, this latest basically means that the Xperia Tablet Z software will be open and available for developers.

Sony launches Xperia Z Android Open Source Project

Sony has launched their latest Android Open Source Project. This one is for the Xperia Z, however a similar project was launched for the Xperia S back in August of 2012. In fact, the reason behind the Xperia Z AOSP project was due to what Sony is calling the "great interest" they saw for the Xperia S. Reasoning aside, this basically means the software from the Xperia Z will be open and available for developers to use.

Android 4.2.2 AOSP code push now complete

Google began pushing the Android 4.2.2 code to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) a short while back, however as of today it looks like that roll-out has been completed. Simply put, this means you will be able to grab builds for all the current generation Nexus devices. What we are looking at is Android 4.2.2 with build number JDQ39.

Android 4.2.2 heads to AOSP

The latest version of Android, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, is now being pushed to AOSP. It was only earlier today that the Android 4.2.2 update began rolling out to select Nexus devices. If you have a takju Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi), or a Nexus 10, you should be able to update to Android 4.2.2 if you haven’t already. The update should be available through your settings page, but if not, just sit tight.

Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean heads to AOSP

In case anyone missed the news, Android 4.2 had a small issue or two that was effecting some users. Most notably was the fact that the People App (not calendar) was missing the entire month of December and thus causing a few issues. Now just days before December starts Google's started pushing a quickie update out. Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean arrived this morning for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, and now is being pushed to AOSP.

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean hitting AOSP – Get ready for ROM updates

We had a feeling today would go exactly how it's going. Basically it's all about the Nexus and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean in the world of Android news. Oh and Verizon announced the HTC DROID DNA if anyone noticed. Today Google is dropping all sorts of goodness on the Android Community, and they've just pushed Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to AOSP. They've also pushed the factory images for the Nexus 4, 7 and 10 too.
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