Now let’s take a look at how you can install MIUI v4 Android 4.0.4 on Nexus One. Nexus One is still getting updates from the developers community, even when Google has dropped support of the phone and no more software updates are being released for the phone. MIUI v4 (by MIUI.us 2.7.27) is now available for Nexus One. As you continue reading below, we will guide you through the process of how to install MIUI v4 (2.7.27) Android 4.0 ICS on Nexus One. Please make sure to backup all your data as this tutorial will wipe your internal storage. Let’s […]
We have just covered how to install HTC 3.5 on Nexus One and MIUI Android 4.0.3 on Nexus One. Now let’s take a look at how you can install Android 4.0.4 CM9 on Nexus One and be assured that your Nexus One is still getting updates from the developers community even when Google has dropped support of the phone and no more software updates will be released for this phone. CyanogenMod 9 has enabled tons and tons of low-end or outdated Android phones and devices to get ICS on them. Similarly, we have already covered Android 4.0 tutorials for Galaxy […]
Google dropped support for Nexus One when it announced the new Android 4.0 for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Nexus S. The last software update that the Nexus One received was of Android 2.3.4 and nothing after that. The developers community have been at hard work trying to keep this phone alive with new and updated Android updates. MIUI is one of my favourite custom ROMs which is fully-packed with amazing features and is as beautiful as it should be. MIUI.us 4.0.3 – 2.3.30 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM is now available for the Nexus One and ready to be […]
Nexus One is the first Google experience smartphone that came with a 1GHz processor and was shipped with stock Android 2.1. Google dropped support and latest software updates for the phone a few months after the Google Nexus S was launched. Android 4.0 has not been released for the Nexus One, but you can still install with a tutorial we will be covering later on. For now, let’s take a look at how you can get HTC Sense 3.5 (from HTC Desire, HTC Sensation etc.) with Android 2.3.5 on your Nexus One.