While Google gladly gave us Android 4.2, they failed to provide any official full length changelog. While the Android collective was able to decipher the majority of improvements and features, many wondered what else we could be missing? Well, wonder no more, as Google has released the official changelog for Android 4.2, detailing everything and anything under the Jelly Bean sun.
While Jelly Bean for the Samsung Galaxy S III on AT&T has been available for over a month now, it’s only been available via Samsung’s Kies software — which may or may not have been a big deal for you. However, if you’re the patient kind and prefer getting your updates OTA (Over The Air), it’s time to fire up your Galaxy S III and become a member of the Jelly Bean club.
Did you know it’s possible to disable those annoying app notifications from within the App Info page on Jelly Bean? Well it is, and it’s a great feature. As more apps lean towards invading your notification bar, Android has taken action and made it possible for users to disable an app’s ability to show you notifications. It’s extremely easy to enable/disable this option and requires very few steps.