AOKP Jelly Bean Milestone 1 Released; Brings Tons Of New Features With Improved Stability
By on October 29th, 2012

AOKP lovers, here is some good news for you. After quite a few months since Jelly Bean hit AOSP and a few ‘builds’, Team Kang has released the first Milestone of their ROM based on Android 4.1.2.

Being a ‘Milestone’ release, Team Kang has worked hard on fixing all the known bugs and issues. However, there are plenty of new features as well, some of which were only available in AOKP’s last Milestone release that was based on Ice Cream Sandwich.

Major new changes in the first Milestone build include adjustable navigation bar for tablets, the ability to hide toggles like in Ice Cream Sandwich, “vastly improved” Torch feature, navring shortcuts and more.

On the device front, the AT&T One X is now once again supported, while the Galaxy Nexus now uses the LeanMean kernel instead of Faux kernel. Last but not the least,  the Nexus 7 now uses the stock kernel from Google itself.

Read: AOKP vs CM10 – Which is the ultimate custom ROM?

This will be the last major Jelly Bean based release from the AOKP team until Google pushes Android 4.2 to AOSP.  Head over to AOKP’s website for the download links!

Also, WIPE if you are coming from any other ROM, the previous AOKP milestone release or any other build.

Author: Rajesh Pandey Google Profile for Rajesh Pandey
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