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Sprint Nexus S 4G

AOSP, also known as Android Open Source Project if you’re not familiar with the acronym, is a very important term for Android devices, as it defines the Android source code developed by Google, which everyone can customize the way they see fit. Android Police now reports that Jean-Baptiste Queru, the “Android Open-Source Tech Dude at Google,” revealed that the Samsung Nexus S 4G, available from Sprint, is now “fully supported in AOSP, with no restrictions.” Here’s his original message posted on the Android Building group: We’ve been able to resolve the issues around Nexus S 4G, and we can now…

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus

To tackle the problem of the sluggish Android rollouts that cause so much grief to users from around the world, Google came with the idea of “Google Experience” devices – the Nexus series. But like most things, theory doesn’t always translate well into real life.  The release of Ice Cream Sandwich put the spotlight on Google’s inability to bring the latest version of Android to its own flagship tablets and phones in a timely manner. But does the blame lie solely on Google? Understanding the frustration felt by some owners of pure Google devices, (including the Nexus S, Motorola Xoom, or…

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If you want a Custom ROM but still like the stock user interface then the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) is the one you’re looking for, with this you get the Ice Cream Sandwich features thanks to koudd of XD Developers Forum who ported it.

If you want to try it, just follow the simple steps below.