peterg27, 28 Jun 2013Can it run on samsung galaxy s4 octa version? GT-9500?No, you can't.
xyberxy, 28 Jun 2013This is unfair... Nexus should be firstIts not official. They have to flash it over, unlike when Google releases it for nexus, we can download ota
z, 28 Jun 2013Nexus phone are trash! May I ask why you think that? Simply stating "Nexus phones are trash" just shows your ignorance. Please do yourself and everyone else a favor and continue being ignorant away from the rest of the world.
Well I buy nexus 4 for easy update now what they forget it I soon to move iOS soon
Please Tell me how not to come 4.2.2 for galaxy sIII
hOW TO COME 4.2.2 FOR SIII
Higg1309, 28 Jun 2013I have installed this on my i9505 and it is running beautifully. I haven't yet found any glitc... moreBenchmarks are a gimmick and are easily manipulated...when it comes to android dont trust the benchmarks, they can easily be altered with just a few lines in a script in the rom...TW always seems to have a higher benchmark than aosp because they manipulate how benchmarks run on the device...i mean lets face it, they have the same exact hardware, and aosp is less bloated than touchwiz...it only makes sense that something fishy is going on with the touchwiz benchmarks
"Even the locked bootloader of our Samsung I9505 Galaxy S4 unit didn't turn to be an issue"
-Who wrote this article??? The I9505 doesnt have a locked bootloader, only the ATT and Verizon variant (neither are the I9505) have locked bootloaders LOL
please guys...fix this before someone with an att or verizon model who actually do have a locked bootloader try and flash this and break their device because they dont know about "loki" flashing AKA the locked bootloader workaround method
From what I remember, Samsung doesn't do locked bootloaders for international devices or even for most carrier devices.
Natmiz, 28 Jun 2013can i install it on my s3?Requirements:
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505)
Sorry, unfortunately, it's only available for the S4 Snapdragon version. Even though, it's called forced enabled version of Jelly Bean 4.3, as I recall. This IS NOT the official version of Android 4.3. I would still prefer to let your Galaxy S4 be the way it is right now and wait for Google's official words on it. Right now, it's only a risk to install it.
Remember, S4 is a beauty beast in hands and I am sure you don't want to mess with a 600$ gadget like that.
Hey, it's samsung. No matter how many people hate them, they're still the top phone maker, and that prestige comes with benefits, which is a ton of developers behind the backs of their phones. A lot of countries have cheap, local phones, and this is what separates Samsung, or even Lg and HTC, from those brands
it will not have all the features of 4.3 and the non nexus devices don't have offical updating services keep that in mind
ha ha, its time for u folks to dump ur nexus and go for shamsung. shamsung leaked it purposely to get its s4 google edition sell like hot cake.
Beware users. This is the link to download it, http://forum.xda-developers.co...hp?t=2342362
Also be sure to read this note correctly given in there:
- This is not flashable through Odin.
- This will void your warranty.
- Don't attempt this if you don't have the skills to flash a custom ROM
- You are doing this on your own risk
That's right. Do that on your own risk and your warranty is also in danger. May be voided once you have done it.
Google Nexus users: Don't be disappointed. This is not the official version of Jelly Bean 4.3, it's been managed to get hands on by some guy. Google hadn't announced it yet, so it's not Google's fault, blame that guy who took it out for S4. When Google will announce this version officially, I am sure, Nexus users will be the first one receiving it.
Seba, 28 Jun 2013Samsung galaxy s3 ?Samsung forget the S3 :@@@Yes , I agree with you Bro.