Tag Archives: ported

Intel Finished Porting Jelly Bean To Medfield

Intels Medfield processors are significantly different from all the others, which are ARM. Thus, it’s harder to get Android running on them. Before, Medfield phones could only run either Gingerbread or Ice Cream Sandwich, and Jelly Bean didn’t work. Luckily, Intel got Jelly Bean working at a fairly good time, and hopefully they’ll be releasing builds of… Read more

Root: Google Now Almost Fully Working On Ice Cream Sandwich!

Google Now has essentially been ported to Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs. This is the full, legit search, including the very natural Jelly Bean voice. I have tested it on my Galaxy S II running 4.0.4, and it works quite well most of the time. Sometimes the app can not show anything on screen, no matter what version I use, but in general it works well and… Read more

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Ported To Original Atrix 4G

The Atrix 4G was considered to be a groundbreaking device when it launched in early 2011. With its dual-core Tegra 2 processor and LapDock capabilities, it paved the way for the “superphones” of today. Even though it initially launched with an outdated version of Froyo, a few recognized developers from XDA have managed to build a well-functioning… Read more

Galaxy SIII TouchWiz Launcher Ported To Galaxy SII And Note

The new TouchWiz UX launcher from the Galaxy SIII has been ported over to any Samsung Ice Cream Sandwich ROM! This is great, as the launcher looks to be amazing from the videos I’ve seen. I just flashed it, and it runs amazing on my Exynos-based device. I’m sure it’ll run incredibly smooth on all Exynos devices like the international Galaxy SII and Note,… Read more