Jelly Bean

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  1. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    Well, it seems that Jellybean, the successor to Ice Cream Sandwich, has been announced and should be arriving OTA in July for the Nexus+Xoom devices.

    Whilst it is highly doubtful that the Samsung Galaxy S2 will get it, hopefully, some of the Jellybean goodness could find its way into custom ROM's, courtesy of developers.

    Jellybean highlights.

    What's new in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?

    Android Jelly Bean 4.1: Everything you need to know

    Android Jelly Bean comes with an intelligent keyboard and Offline Voice Typing

    Google announces Jelly Bean Android system upgrades

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  2. sflannery07

    sflannery07 Well-Known Member

    I wonder if jelly bean will be compatible with the s2, personally I don't think it will be an issue as it seems that this is an update rather than an overhaul to the existing ICS framework. I really do hope that I can get my hands on a STABLE version at some point this year, I think i've been using ICS for about a month... When was it announced again?!
  3. iT0mm0

    iT0mm0 Well-Known Member

    OOOOOOer, cant wait to see the porting
  4. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    If you would like the Jellybean wallpapers on your SGSII, now, you can get them here.

    Here are just a sample of some of them...



  5. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    Jelly Bean stuff from the system dump, courtesy of febycv over on xda developers.

    Apps Included

    Google Books
    Google Calendar
    Google Currents
    Email Client
    Face Lock
    Google News
    Google Ears
    Google Earth
    Google Magazines
    Google Maps
    Google Music
    Noise Field
    Phase Beam
    Google Play
    Street View
    Talk Back
    Video Editor
    Google Wallet

    Boot animation


    "Most of the apps can be installed in the normal way....others need to push to /system/app"

    For downloads, see here.
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  6. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    I spoil you lot! ;)

    Here's the Jelly Bean Wallpapers app, free from the Play Store. For anybody too lazy to copy the earlier wallpapers onto their Gallery.

    Jelly Bean Wallpapers

    Here is the Jelly Bean, Live Wallpaper, app free from the Play Store.

    Jelly Bean Live Wallpaper

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  7. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

  8. hippityhop

    hippityhop Well-Known Member

    ironass, why are you so nice?
  9. Hawker

    Hawker Well-Known Member

    It's a condition of his community service rehabilitation programme.
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  10. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    It's true! Every day, no matter what, I have to be polite and pleasant to at least one irritating oik!

    "Hello Hawker old son. Hope you are well!"

    (Phew! Glad that's over with for today) :D

    You should try catching me before my first 3 mugs of, double strength, Taylor's, Rich Italian Roast, coffee. I'm like a bear with a sore arse, I was once told.

    Jelly Bean Animations

    "These are animations, pulled from Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

    As what you know if you've watched Jelly Bean in action, it has different animations than ICS.

    It compatibles with all ICS ROMs.

    (hikarugo, xda developers)
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  11. sflannery07

    sflannery07 Well-Known Member

    Monsieur with these jelly beans you are spoiling us (French accent)
  12. caloyzki

    caloyzki Well-Known Member

    how to install the jellybean fonts? i run it thru cmw but when i go to settings and display there is no new font choices. how to view those fonts? ty
  13. Hawker

    Hawker Well-Known Member

    its not a cwm flashable zip
    you need to copy the apk files into /system/app
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  14. Kie

    Kie Well-Known Member

    Great work ironass! Helping us get at least a taste of JB goodness!
  15. ironass

    ironass Well-Known Member

    It seems that Google are wasting no time in getting the development kit for the latest version of Android into the hands of developers.

    Less than a month after Android 4.1 was announced at Google I/O, the new SDK allows developers to optimize their applications with a wide variety of new features.

    The Google devs also urge application developers to start taking advantage of the new richer notification styles introduced in JB, as well hardware accelerated rendering to take advantage of the new framerate optimizations.

    Getting Your App Ready for Jelly Bean
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