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Google Nexus 4 upgrade to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Ever since last Wednesday (24 July 2013) when I got the information that the Android 4.3 will come to my Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 I was trying the update and nothing came through. That why I toady searched and found the below procedure from Internet. So after several tries I went through the 6th step which nobody had mentioned the update came through. Happy to see me using the latest Android which is 4.3 on my Nexus 4. When I reach home today I will try this procedure on my Nexus 7 3G 32GB and update you all.

1. Go to Settings -> Apps -> All

2. Find Google Services Framework.

3. Tap on Force Stop.

4. Select Clear Data.

5. Once cleared data it will ask for location settings confirmation. Select confirm.

6. Shutdown and restart the device. (most of the people who have mentioned this procedure didn't mention this part. Only because I did this part the update worked)

7. Head back to the Settings, go to About, and check for a System Update. (you can see that your last update checked date as 1/1/1970)

Most probably the update will be found and will be downloaded and upgraded. Please let me know by comments below if you had this procedure worked.

Thanks all of you who have posted this procedure on the net.


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