Jely Bean’s Source Code Made Available!
Nexus 7 and Android Jelly Bean, Google’s latest operating system for mobile devices has been in news for quite a while and as Google promised, they made available to the Android Open Source Project. The source code has been released and that makes the Android what it truly is i.e. An Open Source. The statement actually came from Jean-Baptiste Queru.
They announced it on an official post at Android Building forum. It a key step for the JBQ and now anyone can grab the Jelly Bean 4.1 and compile it in their own ROM. The mentioned release OS precisely is the availability of proprietary binaries for Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus devices. The Nexus S and Motorola Xoom will soon be made available too.
The JBQ also recommended new clients to work on the project to make its size smaller and make the operating system faster to synchronize. The clients might also include developers from the master branch. This release however is meant for developers so don’t rush to get your hands on it in hope to start running it on your device. The Jelly Bean features an improved faster interface, better search functionalities and voice recognition.