Install Google Now on any rooted Android 4.0 device
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Google Now was one of the new highlights of Jelly Bean when Google announced it during Google I/O 2012, last month. More than just a voice assistant, Google Now keeps a track all of your searches, usage patterns, daily schedules, etc. and builds a knowledge graph. Over time, when it has collected enough data it will start to perform your routine tasks automatically without your intervention. This is something much bigger than Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s S Voice and is available exclusively on Jelly Bean, which is Android 4.1. However, being Android, nothing is exclusive for very long and XDA Developer’s member febycv has managed to port this feature to Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich. While you can install it on any rooted device running Android 4.0, it won’t fork on OEM ROMs with custom skins like Sense, etc. For now this only works on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) ROMs which most custom ROMs are based upon. Before you proceed, please make sure you read all the instructions carefully, twice or thrice if needed before attempting it. We are not responsible if you mess up your phone.
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