Where are the Jellybeans?!
Jelleybean soon coming to a device near you!
After Google announced Jellybean at Google IO, many probably asked themselves immediately when the new flavour of Android will be reaching their devices. Well, Google just released the source code for Jellybean so all gloves are off.
So as of now, anyone can checkout the source code tree and compile against any supported device. The changes from 4.0 should integrate without much pain so we should be seeing 4.1 ROM’s popping up quite quickly now.
CyanogenMOD 10 will be the Jellybean sporting version. A time frame for that is not available right now though, so some patience will be required as version 9 is only now reaching the final stages of development. However, JB will be merged into the nightlies as soon as its verified to work somewhat properly.
“Merge will commence when source is fully downloaded; this means hours not minutes since people all over the world will be hitting these servers.
Do not expect nightlies to immediately be available for JB, we will have them up once we are content with where the ROM is.
As noted before, this does not change the plan for CM 9 – we anticipate an RC2 and then the stable release.”
So, for those of you who are eager to run the latest and greatest in the world of Android, head on over to XDA and check the development forums for your device to see if something is happening!
Feel free to share your impressions!