Google Nexus 7 Gets A Minor 859KB JRO03D Software Update
By on July 16th, 2012

It looks like Google has started rolling out a minor software update for the Nexus 7. The update is barely an MB in size, 859KB to be precise, and does not bring any noticeable changes. The update does however bump the Android build number to JRO03D.

The update does not remove the universal search feature, so at this point it really remains a mystery as to what this update brings. Possibly, Google rolled out this update to either fix some serious security issues or to circumvent any patent.

If you own a Nexus 7, and have not already got the update, head over to Settings -> About Device  and select the System Update buttons. The update will then automatically show up and start downloading.

Via – Droid-Life

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