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    Jelly Bean

    Hi guys,

    Do we know if we'll be getting Jelly Bean on the Atrix? And if not, is it possible to install it unofficially with some sort of hack?

    Thanks!!

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    No, we don't know

    Yes, it's possible to see unofficial versions at some point in the future
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    Does anyone know if there is any hardware reasons that we couldn't run Jellybean?

    I think it's highly unfair that we're still waiting for ICS and the hype about JB is cranking up. Boohoo.

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    Since ICS and Jellybean are both using similar kernel drivers and such, once ICS actually drops with source from Motorola, Jellybean on the Atrix will run just as good as it does on the Galaxy Nexus. Motorola probably won't provide anything further than ICS, but ICS source can probably work through several more updates... maybe even Key Lime Pie.
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    Correct if I am wrong (because I haven't caught up on the news since I heard about Apple's "victory" in court), but Jelly Bean was pushed a little prematurely was it not? I have it on my GNex, and my Nexus 7 came with it, but who else is releasing JB officially? I have been slow the last few weeks....lightning has made me a busy man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grenefroggie View Post
    Correct if I am wrong (because I haven't caught up on the news since I heard about Apple's "victory" in court), but Jelly Bean was pushed a little prematurely was it not? I have it on my GNex, and my Nexus 7 came with it, but who else is releasing JB officially? I have been slow the last few weeks....lightning has made me a busy man.
    Google is Google, and all their devices have it. The SDK and NDK are available, also. It honestly just shows how bad OEM's are at updating their mess (AKA Skins). Android has the market that Windows Phone wishes it had... competition based mostly on hardware specs. If Android phones could be sold from OEM's with a vanilla option Android would undoubtedly become the MAJOR dominant mobile platform.

    HTC is the only one that has made a statement about Jellybean. They're prepping an update for the One XL/One X/One S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian View Post
    HTC is the only one that has made a statement about Jellybean. They're prepping an update for the One XL/One X/One S.
    Well of coarse their newest flagship devices get it. Props to HTC for getting on the ball with it. However, I hope their quick turn around does not make the quality of the update suffer.

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    Im waiting for the s3 and maby note to get jellybeans. Just wish i was waiting for jb on my atrix instead of ics but its still an updat and this phone is still amazing

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    There is a JB ROM out if you are rooted and unlocked, will be posting it here soon.

    -end of line-
    Welcome to Android
    Atrix 4G Running CM9
    GNex Running JellyBelly JB 4.2 Custom
    Iconia A500 Running CM10
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    Please feel free to PM me if you need any help, I'll get back to you as soon as I can..


 
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