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This year’s Nexus 7 (2013 model) has just been credited an update to the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. This latest JSS15Q update has addressed several known bugs which were found in the last build.

If you are reading this by December of 2013, then you might be interested to know that the Nexus 7 can now be updated to the Android 4.4 KitKat instead of this. There is nothing stopping you from still doing this particular build and it will work just the same, but we are just letting you know that there is an even newer upgrade out there for you. The choice is yours!

It’s been a big day for bug fixes, with many updates to bugs which are known as a bigger deal than the average sized ones. That trend seems to continue into this JSS15Q build also, so even though they may seem boring, this is a good upgrade to get your hands on ASAP.

This update is now rolling out over the air to selected Nexus 7 devices around the world. In the coming hours there should be a file made available from the Google team, which will allow owners to upgrade manually instead. For many people this will be the way to go, depending on what they do with their devices.

As soon as it becomes available, we will post the direct link here.

For those deciding to just wait it out and simply get it done via the settings, you may be waiting a while. This upgrade is known to come out in dribs and drabs, and it could be several weeks before it finally hits your device,. Having said that, it could also be tomorrow, so gamble away.

Once you have finished, you might be interested in checking out some accessories to deck your Nexus 7 with. There is now cases available called butterfingers. They came with a whole bunch of colors, including orange, yellow, blue, green, red and more.

This is one of the best tablets that money can buy. It has been out for a while now, and it has gotten nothing but positive reviews. Google made a little mistake with some firmware troubles, but those are cleared up now. Since then we’ve seen some other great buys for sale, but this remains arguably the best out of them all.

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