Google has started rolling out a minor software update for the Nexus device. The update bumps the Android build version to JWR66Y from JWR66V, and does not bring any new features or enhancements.
Since there is no official change-log, it is tough to say what all changes the update brings. However, considering that the update is only 2MB in size, it should not contain anything other than some security patches and bug-fixes. The update is already rolling out to the Galaxy Nexus, and should be available soon to the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 10.
The Nexus family is not the only one that is getting a minor update. HTC is also rolling out a minor update for the One in Europe that brings a couple of enhancements, which includes support for the Google Keyboard and Mini+ compatibility.
The 31.66MB update is currently rolling out to One users in Europe, and should be available to owners worldwide (except for US) over the next few weeks.
Via – Paul O’Brien