The AOK Project updates the latest Android version's ROM and fixes bugs and supports as much as possible most features of the other previous ROM versions. You will find that updating to this version with your supported phone will be easy and seamless.
This version offers a better camera application that feature HD recording and photo editing. The latest Android also provides system and network improvements and allows your device to recognize others. The addition new features for Google Now is also much talked about. If you want to know more, see the official change log for the latest Jelly Bean.
Aside from those found in the change log, new handsets will also be able to enjoy these new features and the list just keeps on growing. AT&T's HTC One XL, Motorola Droids 3, 4, RAZR, Bionic and Sprint's Galaxy Nexus are all supported devices of the AOKP ROM.
You will need Google apps zip to flash and the Android Open Kang team suggests that you full wipe data prior to updating, so you will not get stuck to boot.
YouTube's Eileen Rivera posted the screenshot above on Google+, showing a lighter, more colorful design with more prominence given to the main store areas, and larger app icons below. "Games" also gets its own entry, whereas before it was found under "Apps."
These are the features as rumored:
- Access the same conversation list from anywhere
- A new, conversation-based UI
- Advanced group conversations
- Ability to send pictures
- Improved notifications across devices
Google Play 4.0 will likely be released at this year's Google I/O (Google Developer Conference)