Google Voice callers who lean heavily on the Android app got an unwelcome side dish of predictable app crashes if they upgraded to Android 4.2 very quickly. Thankfully, the developers in Mountain View have been quick to get us back to the main course: a newly available update patches the relevant bug and lets us get back to messaging as usual. Anyone who held off on a firmware upgrade (or a Nexus purchase) for fear that they'd miss an important call has just been given the all-clear signal.
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