After a very long wait, members of the Motorola Feedback Network are getting Jelly Bean for the DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX. Have you gotten the update yet?
Bell is said to update the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.2 on March 8, although it doesn’t appear to be the latest Android 4.2.2 version.
French Android publication Hot To Come is reporting that Jelly Bean has begun rolling out to HTC One SV devices. There has been no official confirmation just yet though. Have you gotten an update to Jelly Bean on the One SV?
Android state: Jelly Bean goes up to 16.5%, Ice Cream Sandwich sees minimal drop, Gingerbread still king
Google has revealed new numbers for the state of the Android ecosystem in early March: Jelly Bean is a 16.5%, Ice Cream Sandwich at 28.6% while GIngerbread is still the predominant Android version with 44%.
Hey, hey! Last, but not least, the Nexus 4 joins every other Nexus device with Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) finally starting to roll out now. How do you get it?
So far, the latest flavor of Jelly Bean is heading to two Nexus tablets, the Nexus 7 (non-3G) and Nexus 10, as well as the Galaxy Nexus (takju). What has Google baked into Android 4.2.2?
iOS versus Android debates have sparked many conversations, arguments, and may even have ended friendships. It is one of those topics we forbid at dinner tables mainly because it turns the food sour. But, at Android Authority, we allow healthy and constructive debates of this kind. We love Android, but we can’t also deny the fact that Android and iOS each has its own set of features that make one better than the other. We compared Google Android 4.2.1 (running on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10) with iOS 6.1 (running on the iPhone 5 and the iPad 4) to…
There’s a new Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean version available for download (VRBMA2) for the Verizon Galaxy S3, but it’s not an official release.
Back in November we reported that Google had released the original Android 4.2.1 code to AOSP. Now it seems that Google has released some updated code in the form of the newly tagged android-4.2.1_r1.1 and android-4.2.1_r1.2.
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