Jelly Bean Overload Roundup: Too many devices to keep track of
If you’ve paid even the least bit of attention to the site lately, you’ve probably noticed the barrage of Jelly Bean update posts we’ve been cranking out left and right. The truth is, we could probably go on for days about all the devices lucky enough to have gotten an early taste of Android 4.1.
Rather than flooding your newsreader stream with a ton of these kind of posts, I figured it might be nice to drop a big roundup of all the devices we haven’t gotten around to telling you about yet. So, without further adieu, let’s take a look at some of the hidden gems we’ve stumbled across over the past few days, shall we?
First up, the original Transformer TF101 got multiple Jelly Bean ROMs this week, in the form of an AOSP build, a CyanogenMod 10 Preview Build, and Team EOS began releasing nightly builds of their own ROM, as well. Not to mention, ASUS confirmed that the device will, in fact, receive an official update to Android 4.1, despite rumors suggesting otherwise.
The Nexus S got an official Jelly Bean OTA, while the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus got a taste of CyanogenMod 10, as did the Nexus S 4G, the original Galaxy Tab, the Amazon Kindle Fire, HTC HD2 — hell, even the good ol’ Nexus One got in on the action, with an early alpha build of Evervolv Jellybean.
If you don’t see your device listed, have no fear, as this does not mean that you won’t get (or don’t already have) a Jelly Bean port in the works. I’d strongly suggest heading over to the XDA-Developers Forums, or checking out RootzWiki to see if you can find a tasty treat of your very own.
We’ll be sure to keep an eye out for more Jelly Bean news. Make sure to keep checking back, as we’ll surely update you as soon as we find anything worth sharing.