Sunday, February 17, 2013

Nexus 7 Updated to Android 4.2.2 Via LiquidSmooth Jelly Bean ROM

Google recently released the latest Jelly Bean software update-Android 4.2.2 JDQ39-for its Nexus devices. The OTA update is more of bug fix and solves the Bluetooth bug found in the previous Android 4.2.1.
Followed by the official release, the LiquidSmooth team has released LiquidSmooth (RC1) custom ROM featuring Android 4.2.2. The key difference is, along with software update the LiquidSmooth ROM brings an array of customised features which are not found in the official build. Since the custom ROM is in its development stage, bugs are likely. Head over to the development page to learn more about the ROM.
Features of the LiquidSmooth Android 4.2.2 Jelly BeanGoogle GCC 4.7 Toolchain
10.1in Samsung Galaxy Note 16GB Tablet - White - Tablets (Google Affiliate Ad)
O3
Strict-Aliasing (Linaro)
C++11 Mode
Optimised String Handling Routines (Linaro/Sony) 
Misc other Linaro and Code Aurora optimisations
Customisable lockscreen buttons and sliders
Chronus clock widget
Customisable hardware and software keys
Transparent navbar and status bar
Customisable navbar ring
Navigation bar widgets
Customisable power menu
Notification power widget
Customisable quicksettings panel
Statusbar mods
Theme engine
Quiet hours
Volume rocker music controls
Full Rotation ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T, Black TF300T-B1-BL (Google Affiliate Ad)