Jelly Bean-flavored geekery that was Google I/O 2012? It’s no matter, because you can catch all the highlights from Project Glass to the Nexus 7 in Google Developer’s latest video — provided you’ve got about four minutes spare to reminisce. You’ll find the clip after the break, and naturally, we’d suggest landing at our hub for the event if you’re hungry for another fixin’ of our extensive coverage — no parachute required.
P.S. Don’t forget to see if you can spot any Engadget editors in the clip while you’re at it!
Developers have been able to play with Android SDK 4.1 since it was unleashed at Google I/O, but it’s now finalized and ready for prime time. New system images and platform components give devs access to the finished Jellybean APIs, while bugs in the Android SDK Tools revision 20.0.1, Eclipse plugin and NDK have been stomped. Follow the source link below to download the confectionary-themed OS development tools.
That didn’t take long. The boys behind CyanogenMod promised a quick turnaround for its upcoming JellyBean-based update and are already teasing workable CM10 ROMs. CyanogenMod’s Ricardo Cercuiera tossed a video of an early CM10 build on his YouTube page, declaring “it lives!” The early build is running on an LG Optimus 4X HD, and runs through unlocking the screen and recording and playing back a video. The build is still having some trouble with Google’s revamped search integration, but considering Android 4.1’s source code was released only days ago, the quick development is promising. Check out Cercuiera’s quick demo for yourself after the break.