Jean-Baptiste Queru, Head of Android Open Source Project (AOSP) brings some news
So you Android users out there, with a good chance you’re still running an outdated version of Google’s software. Unless you’ve rooted your device.
Well we all know that manufacturers customize the operating system and have to go back to zero every time Google releases a new update.
So we were delighted to hear about the Android team’s latest experiment, a way to bring a clean, unaltered version of Android to devices outside the company’s Nexus line of phones.
In a blog post, the head of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), . That means users will be able install the latest version of Android, called Jelly Bean, to Sony’s device. We first got wind of the project on NeoWin.
Assuming this experiment goes well and Queru decides to try it with other phones, it could mean Android owners will have a chance to get the latest software updates from Google within days of release. It’s not a perfect solution to Android’s update problem, but it could definitely help.
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