The Nexus Q has faced a tough life. Its release was put on hold while Google was redoing it. Then it was completely taken off the Play Store and seems to be cancelled. We don’t know its official fate, but the modding community can still save the few that are in existence. CyanogenMod has released the first CM10.1 nightly for the device, bringing it up to Jelly Bean 4.2 and greatly increasing its usefulness. So if you own one of these devices, you can get flashing. It should be a fun side project. However, do so at your own risk, flashing ROMs isn’t the safest procedure.
Hmmm... Writing flashing roms is dangerous about a device only released to developers. Makes a lot of sense retard.
amdestined It is a process that's potentially dangerous to anyone, and if you were to purchase one off eBay, you would not be a developer. Better a warning than no warning. We keep people informed, and no one wants an accidentally bricked device. Please keep insults off the comments section and stay civil.
@Haloruler64 I can say whatever I want to. You, yourself do a piss poor job and should be fired by David. How's them apples
amdestined Haloruler64 Well, you're free to state opinions like that. That's definitely your right. However, insults stay out of the comments. Also, the apples are fresh and quite rewarding, thank you for asking.
amdestined We generally find that unnecessary unless people are persistent. We give people the chance to stop being disruptive and start being productive, even if that means posting negative opinions. It just has to be in a respectful way.