Google’s Nexus 4 system dump is out and about – apps, wallpapers, ringtones and more up of grabs
The inevitable has happened. With a few days left before its official launch, and with review units being sent out to some lucky hands, a Nexus 4 system dump has been uploaded online, giving everyone access to the phone’s many Android 4.2 goodies.
Those with the right set of skills can extract apps found on the system dump of Google’s flagship phone and install them on their device, though some tinkering is obviously required. Seeing that the apps may not be fully compatible with older versions of Android, we suggest you take some extra precaution before getting your hands dirty.
Things are less complicated if all you after is the phone’s wallpapers, ringtones, sounds and videos. We’ve posted the wallpapers from the LG Nexus 4 above. If you want the complete system dump, you can hit the source below.
Prior to the leaked files, we’ve gotten a taste of the latest Jelly Bean’s keyboard app, which comes with a Gesture Typing feature. The system dump almost completes the Android 4.2 experience.
Are you planning to be a proud owner of the Nexus 4?