Android 4.1 and Android 4.2 share the same name, that is, it is better known as Jelly Bean among smartphone users of the Android variety. For folks who had taken a gander at what Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is able to offer, you would surely have noticed the spanking new gallery and camera options, right? If patience is not exactly your best trait, then you will have to thank “dmmarck” who posted on Android Central’s forums the Android 4.2 camera app that will run on the Galaxy Nexus which has Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean in tow. Do bear in mind that there is a Photo Sphere bug lurking around somewhere, but other than that, it seems to buzz smoothly like the factory version. Folks who are not too familiar with the inner workings of Android might run into some issues during the installation process, so it would be best to have the resident Android expert hanging around before you install it. For those who have had a successful installation, how do you find the new camera?
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