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Jellybean 4.1.2

...brings landscape orientation to the home page \o/

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

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...brings landscape orientation to the home page \o/

 

So does using custom ROMS.... Smile

 

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

Although weirdly not my current one on the One X. (On Android revolution 10.5, Jellybean).

 

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

That sounds like a big step forward. Often wished I could use my S3 (and iPhone 4 before that) in landscape mode for homescreen - any idea when?

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

Downloaded today on my nexus 7, works as described (though dock is on right rather than bottom as expected). Dunno if it works on phones though.

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

fr0g wrote:

John Duncan wrote:

...brings landscape orientation to the home page \o/

 

So does using custom ROMS.... Smile

 

Damn you Windows Android Squeezebox IT half a braincell geek you.

I don't really fancy rooting tbh, ever since I had a bricked Nexus phone...

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

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fr0g wrote:

John Duncan wrote:

...brings landscape orientation to the home page \o/

 

So does using custom ROMS.... Smile

 

Damn you Windows Android Squeezebox IT half a braincell geek you. I don't really fancy rooting tbh, ever since I had a bricked Nexus phone...

 

You'd have to be pretty silly to brick it. And most "bricked" phones aren't. If you can turn it on it generally aint bricked.

and, "half a braincell"? Charmed Smile

 

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It was bricked already by some stuff guy/girl playing with rooting and I could not get it to work no matter what I did.

I was ironically referring to the (misguided) opinion in some quarters that the aforementioned OSes/things need tertiary-qualified engineers to work them...

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

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It was bricked already by some stuff guy/girl playing with rooting and I could not get it to work no matter what I did. I was ironically referring to the (misguided) opinion in some quarters that the aforementioned OSes/things need tertiary-qualified engineers to work them...

 

Ah. Indeed. Although I wouldn't recommend custom OS's to the average Apple user. (not counting your goodself as average of course)

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fr0g wrote:
Ah. Indeed. Although I wouldn't recommend custom OS's to the average Apple user. (not counting your goodself as average of course)

You can count me if you like. I am already a pariah on so many levels now (ex Naim owner, passive speaker user, iPhone/AirPlay/iTunes user, BBC* viewer and Radio 4 listener, Dell user ... my 'sins' are endless!)

Heck, my system can even  play CDs.

I don't give a EDITED.

*I'll leave it to John to bless them.

 

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fr0g wrote:
Ah. Indeed. Although I wouldn't recommend custom OS's to the average Apple user. (not counting your goodself as average of course)

You can count me if you like. I am already a pariah on so many levels now (ex Naim owner, passive speaker user, iPhone/AirPlay/iTunes user, BBC* viewer and Radio 4 listener, Dell user ... my 'sins' are endless!)

Heck, my system can even  play CDs.

I don't give a EDITED.

*I'll leave it to John to bless them.

 

 

hehe. 

It was more aimed at the same folk that JD was alluding to.

I have 3 pairs of passives, most in daily use. I have an old Dell XPS. I LOVE the BBC. And I just re-aranged all my CDs so I can spin a disk in my old Arcam from time to time. Not keen on Radio 4 and I use DLNA often rather than the proprietary version.

 

Either way the sort of person who is scared to use an Android because it's too complicated or thinks that a degree in nuclear physics is needed to operate a Squeezebox probably shouldn't try flashing custom ROMs.

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

How did you you manage to get the update? My Nexus 7 is still on 4.1.1 with no updates available at this time.

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

It just appeared in the notification bar at the top, and since it contained an upgrade I wanted I went with it (unlike my iPhone and iPad which remain iOS6-less...).

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That's interesting, because I haven't received any notification yet, nor are any updates available. I'll give it another couple of days before considering this.

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RE: Jellybean 4.1.2

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That's interesting, because I haven't received any notification yet, nor are any updates available. I'll give it another couple of days before considering this.

 

You've more patience than I have!

 

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