With the news of Samsung Galaxy S III earlier this month, the Android community was seen laughing to the banks. Not only was competing with Apple apps their primary body of focus, as it is for most of any non-Apple community, but incorporating many of its exclusively hidden treasure apps formed the major part of their excitement. As such incorporating the S Voice, and even the Google Ears widget were certainly a part of their agenda. In fact, the Android community has now made it possible for all the non-Jelly Bean devices to enjoy Jelly Bean 4.1 releases of wallpapers, themes, and most of the apps running on the Ice Cream Sandwich.
Thanks to the XDA Developers Forum to have packaged up a nice, easy-to-install .zip file, so as to render users a Jelly Bean logo and a mobile space to make their devices look as if they are running a new software, where in fact that is not the case. On Android platform devices, it is up to Google as to how mobile OS will be distributed, in terms of constant modification of software with the hardware infrastructure inherent within.
If you want to know what I am talking about, just zip on your Android device, and refer to the XDA original thread for any forum assistance on the subject. Exploring your choice of Android device is important before even looking into the Android apps that are made available till date. However, the fact that Android has made certain latest apps available on old modeled Android phones is simply overwhelming!
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