CyanogenMod 10.1 brings Android 4.2 goodness to your Android device, but is it worth rooting and installing on your Nexus? Let’s find out.
Google has released Android 4.2 a few days back and the Nexus line-up has already got the update. The new update has brought a few features like gesture typing, quick settings in Notification bar etc. for which you’d use 3rd party apps previously. There are also a few hidden/underrated features in the OS. If you […]
Though Hurricane Sandy has stopped Google from pushing the Android event on 29th October, it couldn’t stop them from releasing shiny new stuff which they’ve been working on. This includes Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and of course Android 4.2. I’ve got Android 4.2 (which bears the same name, i.e. Jellybean) installed on my […]
Since Google has announced an Android event for the 29th of October, it has pushed tech bloggers around the world into overdrive about what might be revealed on the day. It can be reasonable to expect a LG Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 7 tablet with 32 GB memory and 3G and possibly a larger tablet […]
UPDATE: Android and Me have confirmed that they were false. So Android 4.2 is probably not expected anytime soon. Google might be planning a expansion of it’s Nexus brand very soon. As reported by Android and Me, any manufacturer will potentially be allowed to make their own version of Nexus phones but adhering to some […]