First Android 4.2.2 build of AOKP released


AOKP has moved quickly on the release of its first Android 4.2.2. This release brings us to JB-MR1 Build 4, and alongside the usual suspects there are a few new supported devices. Those with the AT&T HTC One XL, Motorola DROID 4, Motorola DROID 3, Motorola DROID RAZR, Motorola DROID Bionic, the Sprint Galaxy Nexus and the GSM Motorola RAZR have been added to the pot of fun.

As with all builds, wiping is optional but highly recommend if coming from an existing 4.2 base. If you’re coming from a 4.0 or 4.1 base you’ll need a full wipe. Get your backups in order and that battery charged to 30-50% before proceeding, and remember that your device is your own responsibility — no one is going to send you $600 to replace it if it happens to disappear into a black hole.

[via AOKP]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Yesssss!!!!!!!

    1. Yesssss!!!!!!!

  2. And no sgs3

    1. why do you say that? d2att is listed in the download section JB-MR1 d2att

      1. Meant Verizon sgs3

        1. d2vzw is listed in the download section, so you may have done it wrong.

          1. Really? Well lemme take that back lol thanks.

        2. d2vzw is listed.

  3. I had so many problems with AOKP, I loved the layout, but WiFI and LTE stunk… anyone else?

    1. Never had an issue with either on my Gnex, Gtab 2 or GS3. Bluetooth has static in it though.

  4. I’ll wait on Team Venom for my One X.

  5. Hell yeah! Toroplus finally got some love!

  6. GPS is borked on some Toro devices…like mine :(
    Don’t upgrade to this if you Ingress :)

  7. But, GPS is working fine on my nexus 7 (grouper)

  8. How stable is this build?

  9. Wish this was available for the EVO LTE. AOKP brought ICS to my OG EVO before I upgraded.

  10. Yay Droid 3!!

  11. Does anyone have the issue with all of your notifications automatically being expanded? It’s bugging me.

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