While we have yet to see the official update of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean for other older smartphones, especially those in the Galaxy range from Google (as these tend to be at the forefront of new Android updates before other devices from different manufacturers), we have already seen the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean keyboard extracted, followed by the Photo Sphere’s turn. Well, for those who do not have patience listed at the top of their list of virtues, you might be pleased to hear that core applications from Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has been leaked out for folks who are still rocking with their Galaxy Nexus smartphones.
The package of Google Apps (GApps for short) will comprise of Google’s very own set of applications from Android 4.2, where among them include Gmail, Calendar, Maps, and Talk among the others. Not only that, there is another bonus of sorts in tow – you are able to download Google Wallet too if you want to have it on your Galaxy Nexus. For those who have already performed the installation process, just how do you find it?
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