Google Now, a Siri-besting voice assistant, is hotly innovative feature ported via Google’s latest operating system, so called Jelly Bean. Recently, we told you how to get Google Now running on any AOSP ICS ROMs-based device. So we were sure hoping to get this feature to-be-ported soon on other ROMs-based Android 4.0 devices. So, if you’re an ICS-device owner, and want this amazing voice assistant on your gadget, then you can join in on the fun.
Today, a series of flash-able zip files have been released that will help you to run Google Now on your ICS device, thanks to awesome XDA devs.
The files bring the new feature to a wide range of ICS-powered Android devices. To get it running, you will need your device to be rooted, running ClockworkMod Recovery as well. Also, this version of Google Now is currently only working on ARMv7 devices.
If you have ARMv7-based device — just download a zip (via source link) — there are online/offline dictation versions — and flash through recovery.
To see if you own a supported device, check the list here. If you do, and also meet the rest of the requirements, you can get started here. To make it all simple, you can check out the porting process in video below via our fellow at DroidDog.