Acer Iconia A500 Now Works on Android 4.2

Since Google managed to share the source code for the Android 4.2, manufacturers and innovators around the world stumbled their knees and struggle their way to keep up and make their very own Android 4.2 ROMs occasion for various devices so as to let the whole community benefit from the features of the latest version of Android in lieu of waiting for the devices’ manufacturer to update them.

If an Acer Iconia A500 is what you keep in your hand, the appreciation of the XDA Recognized Developer randomblame commenced its work on porting Android 4.2 to the tablet, and has already been able to make a semi-working ROM, which he has released for the community to try out.

Nevertheless, some major issues in the ROM at this point are cuddled by the company. For which case is actually anticipated because it is still in its first and baby stages. As of the moment now, the camera, audio, and Bluetooth do not function, and the internal storage is not accessible as well and it is more like a proof of concept which should only be tried out by experienced ROM flashers. As per the issues, they should be fixed over the next few days with all the testers providing their much-needed feedback.

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Written by: Björn A.

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