When Google unveiled what was known at the time as Project Butter, it promised a smoother and lag-free experience for all Jelly Bean devices. An interface running at 60 frames per second and graphics being triple-buffered to ensure faster performance made Android users jollier than a fat kid at the Hostess Entenmann's factory. But as we learned from our hands-on with the Internet giant’s previous software updates, the Android platform is still flooded with bugs. After releasing its latest Android 4.2 update several days back, Google’s ignited a wildfire of complaints (primarily from Nexus owners) ranging from glitchy UI features to horrendous battery life. And that's just a quarter of the problems popping up on Jelly Bean smartphones and tablets. Here's a look at the other major bugs plaguing the latest version of Google's mobile operating system.