Are you Nexus One owner? Don’t even expect official Jelly Bean update on your device same as the Nexus S. Don’t fret yet! Because what it looks like XDA Developers team Evervolv at awesome XDA forum just have got something to tide you over. Now you can expect to taste butter smooth Jelly Bean on Nexus One.
The new Nexus One Jelly Bean update has been ported as early alpha build, though. Being still in the early stages, the new build appears to function quite well.
Alongside Google Now everything works fine from data, WiFi, Bluetooth, sound, trackball, and more. Though, a few browser rendering issues are reported. But you will be well served by Google Chrome for your browsing pleasure.
The new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update will also bring a range of new features alongside improvements. To get it running, however, users are required to flash the new Jelly Bean hBoot first, and it’s not that simple. As usual, you are also suggested to backup of your current rom.
I still would suggest those casual user of Android to not to update their device with this Alpha build.
Still ready to jump in? Head on over to XDA in the source link for all the info and instructions. Meanwhile, you can also see plenty of the features in action in the choppy video below.
Source – XDA-Developers