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AOKP Releases Brand new JB-MR1 Build 1 for Jelly Bean

| On 03, Jan 2013

AOKP Releases Brand new JB-MR1 Build 1 for Jelly Bean

The AOKP team welcomed the new year with a bit of a surprise for ROMers. After making a tough decision to start over, the team has gone ahead and built their 4.2.1 ROM from the ground up and releasing it as JB-MR1 Build 1. Most features have been forward-ported to the new build, however, there’s still a bit missing and currently features limited support.

Current supported devices and features include:

Devices

  • maguro – Galaxy Nexus (GSM)
  • toro – Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)
  • grouper – Nexus 7 (WiFi)
  • mako – Nexus 4

Features

    General UI

  • Custom boot animation
  • Custom carrier label
  • Notification background
  • Statusbar brightness slider
  • Recents RAM Bar & Kill All button
  • Power menu options
  • Lockscreen

  • Customizable text color
  • Volume wake & music controls
  • Allow any kind & unlimited number of widgets (new)
  • Navigation Bar

  • Fully customizable NavBar (buttons, color, transparency, widgets, etc.)
  • Menu arrow keys while typing (new)
  • Customizable NavBar Ring
  • Statusbar

  • Battery indicator styles
  • Clock styles
  • Signal styles
  • Statusbar transparency (new)
  • Customizable Statusbar Toggles (new, based on Google’s tiles)
  • LED Control

    Custom Vibrations

    Sound Settings

  • Less frequent notification sounds
  • Headphone action
  • BT connect action
  • Flip action
  • Quiet Hours (CM)
  • Disable safe headset volume warning (new)
  • Themes support (multi-user support still buggy, use at your own risk)

    NFC Polling modes

If you’re interested in AOKP’s latest build, hit up the source link below for more information and flashing instructions.

Source: AOKP

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