Sony Working On Bringing AOSP Support To Xperia Z

Sony has started a project on bringing AOSP support to the Xperia Z.

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Google has pushed Android 4.2.1 to AOSP, along with pushing the updates to the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 as well.

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The Nexus S and the Motorola XOOM will remain on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, and will not get any further software updates.

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Google has pushed Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to AOSP, along with releasing the factory images for all the supported devices.

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Samsung has decided to open-source its Exynos 4 family of processors, thus helping third party custom ROM development for its devices.

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In a bid to help the experiment of the Xperia S getting supported in AOSP, Sony has released the closed source binaries of the phone to help development.

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Google has released the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean source to the rejoice of all Android custom ROM developers out there. Apart from this, the company also released the binaries for the CDMA Galaxy Nexus, which means that the handset is once again fully supported in AOSP.

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The CM team has finally released the first Release Candidate (RC) of CM9 based on Android 4.0.4 after quite a few months of testing. The first RC release supports only 37 different Android devices.

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A project to unify the Android kernel and Linux kernel by 3.3 has been started.

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In a surprise move, Google has rolled out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich source code to AOSP. This means that developers can now start working on bringing Android 4.0 based custom ROMs for your handset.

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