It's pretty simple. It's so simple people are having trouble believing it. I had trouble believing it.
Google hosed WiFi and Bluetooth with their 4.2 release. And they don't seem to be able, or capable of fixing it.
Well, I have an old Ginger Bread phone laying around working off of the same wireless network. This phone never drops the wifi connection but my Nexus 4 on the latest version of JellyBean using the same wifi drops the connection(devices are side-by-side). How could this possibly be a router issue?
So let me break this down succinctly so maybe you can grasp this.
1. Users are reporting wifi dropping on devices but they are also reporting that wifi does not drop for computers, iPads, and other similar devices on the same wireless network.
2. Older versions of the Android operating system do not drop wifi.
3. If this were a hardware issue with the Nexus products then 3 manufacturers have issues (the manufactures of the Nexus 10, the nexus 7, and the Nexus 4). Possible but very unlikely.
So, if it's not the routers (other devices work), and it's not the manufacturers (unlikely) then it must be the current Android operating system (older versions work).
What gets me is:
1. Your arrogance where you do not trust what your users are reporting and your arrogance that it can't possibly be a Google problem...it has to be a problem with dozens of router manufacturers.
2. Your belief that your users must be stupid where they can't possibly be seeing what they're reporting.
You know, it's perfectly okay to say "we messed up and a fix will be out in the next release". I think everyone here would have appreciated the truth more than the run-around you've been dishing out.
This has become quite pathetic.
Google used to be held under standards as being great at pushing timely updates and software fixes. Thats what separated them from the rest of the manufactures.
At this point I will take my changes with possibly the m7 coming out. I almost regret getting rid of my one x at this point. Sure it had sense and was a bit locked down , but at least the thing worked.