Jelly Bean gets ported to Nokia N9
| by Shunal Doke |
One of the major reasons for Android’s popularity is the operating system’s ability to be hacked to an extreme degree. Developers have now proven how versatile the OS is, by porting it over to the Nokia N9. According to UnleashThePhone, the developers at the NITDroid project have successfully ported the latest version of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Nokia N9, which originally ran on MeeGo.
Earlier this year, we had reported that the N9 was successfully running a build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. From the videos at the time, it seemed that this “ROM” was a bit glitchy and, as expected, didn’t work in the alpha phase of the ROM's functions like the Camera and Wi-Fi. Things that worked were: the ability to dual boot and choose the OS after powering on the device, 3D drivers, Open GL, rotation, touchscreen, headset buttons, USB networking, LCD off in sleep mode, Alarm, Mounting of "My Docs" as SD Card, software video decoding, network registration, i.e., phone calls, SMS, Data (GPRS/ EDGE/ 3G), Bluetooth and charging, but without any notifications of how much battery has already been charged.
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