Featured: New AOKP Jelly Bean Build Available To Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus Owners, And More


Jelly Bean has been out for a few months now and brings some serious improvements to the already great Ice Cream Sandwich. ROM developers have been on it and getting the new build of Android plugged over to various devices. One of those is the AOKP team which just recently released a stable build of 4.1 Jelly Bean which had people giddy.

Since then, the team has been hard at work and today announced build two and looks to be a pretty big update with a slew of new featured and overall improvements. Droid Life has us covered with all the details so here they are:

  • General
    • Kill all button in Recents panel
    • Backlight settings
    • Tablet UI on any device
    • DPI switcher
    • Custom Vibrations for Phone Calls
    • ADB over network
    • National Data Roaming option
    • Volume music controls
    • LED Brightness control
    • Charging LED
    • Boot animation preview
    • Allow full theming of Contacts & Mms
    • Allow to set color of Digital Clock Widget
    • Power menu options (airplane, screenshot, navbar toggle)
    • Ability to answer calls with hardware Home button (Winter is coming!)
  • NavBar
    • Custom Ring targets
    • Allow up to 7 Nav buttons on some devices
  • Statusbar
    • IME Toggler
    • Hide ADB icon
    • Allow disabling of volume adjust sound
    • Hide signal bars
    • WeatherPanel
    • WiFi & Cell signal text
  • Lockscreen
    • Allow rotation on any device
    • Added back Info-Lines (Weather, Calendar)
    • Menu unlock
    • Alternative music layout
  • Camera
    • Timer snapshot
    • Volume zoom
    • 720p recording support for grouper (front)
  • MMS
    • Display full date & time

We told you so. The ROM is available to a bunch of different devices such as the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S III. You can get your hands on it here and if you do end up flashing it, let us know what you think about it.