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Use the Nexus 10 to simulate almost any Android device while testing your app


Sunday 13th of January 2013 / androidcentral.com
We've all heard the stories that say it's impossible to develop for Android because of all the different possible screen sizes and resolutions. The flip side is that the way Android development is done, most of the time that doesn't really matter. I'm able to string together an Android application, but I'm no serious app developer, so I'm guessing the reality lies somewhere in the middle -- having a selection of screen sizes and resolutions to test on can;t be a bad thing.If you have a Nexus 10, none of this matters. Using a tool first developed in 2011, you can use your Nexus 10 to simulate almost any Android environment. Because the N10 screen is so high resolution and has such a high pixel density you can emulate the different sizes and ppi right on the tablet with a few handy commands --"adb shell am display-size" and "adb shell am display-density".Using those two commands while the screen is off will let the attached device emulate the chosen parameters when the screen is turned back on. You'll want to read all the documentation b
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Upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I9250 to pre-rooted Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean


Friday 17th of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
Galaxy Nexus owners who have a hard time updating their phones to the latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean through OTA updates, or even through a pre-rooted (de)odexed ROM based on the OTA updates, will never have to worry about anything ever again as Google has already posted the official stock Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean factory images for the Galaxy Nexus and other Nexus devices. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it yet, factory images are what we call stock firmware which can be used to reset your phone to a factory-new state, complete with all of the latest updates.XDA Developers member teshxx has come up with a rooted and deodexed Jelly Bean ROM for the Galaxy Nexus based on the official factory images released by Google. This ROM is completely stock. The only difference is that it is already rooted and includes BusyBox binaries. And the best part is that it is faster than OTA-based ROMs that have already been released.This guide teaches you how to upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I9250 to pre-rooted Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean factory images.WarningThe instructions in this guide ar
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How to upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I9250 to Jelly Bean build JRO03H


Wednesday 22nd of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
While custom ROMs allow developers to re-imagine software and present them to users the way they want it, some people just want to stick to the classics. No frills, no extra features, just software the way it was supposed to be.Galaxy Nexus users can certainly enjoy a pure Jelly Bean experience with this ROM. Built by XDA Developers member AndroidUser00110001, the pure vanilla AOSP Jelly Bean ROM was built from AOSP and Android 4.1.1 build JRO03H. This ROM is for the user who wants the pure Android experience. Nothing, except root and Busybox, have been added to the ROM.The ROM is still in its first release, so it shouldn’t be surprising to see a few bugs and issues. The developer hasn’t mentioned any major bugs so make sure to keep your eyes out for them if you encounter them.In this guide, learn how to upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I9250 to Jelly Bean build JRO03H.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, model number GT-I9250. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.The information
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I have a new Nexus 10 tablet and it doesnt work with my Motorola


Wednesday 30th of January 2013 / justanswer.com
I have a new Nexus 10 tablet and it doesn't work with my Motorola Bluetooth keyboard (KZ500 v122). it pairs correctly and shows as connected. The problem is that the the keyboard and the touch pad do nothing on the tablet.Any advice on how to correct this issue?
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How to upgrade Verizon Galaxy Nexus I515 to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean


Friday 03rd of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
It looks like the Verizon Galaxy Nexus SCH-I515 will have the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update after all — in the form of CyanogenMod 10 (CM10). Thanks to the efforts of XDA Developers member winner00, Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners are one of the lucky few to receive the CM10 update.Don’t expect the ROM to be fully functional and free from bugs yet, as CM10 still needs a lot of work. Despite these flaws and shortcomings, the ROM is stable enough for daily use. Consider this ROM as a preview of what Jelly Bean has in store for you once it will be released.Check out the rest of this guide to learn how to upgrade Verizon Galaxy Nexus I515 to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean via CyanogenMod 10.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, model number SCH-I515. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.The information in this guide is provided for instructional and educational purposes only. There is no guarantee that these instructions will work under your specific and unique circumstances.Use these instr
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Upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I515 to rooted Jelly Bean build JRO03O


Monday 10th of September 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware build JRO03O packs the latest Android OS for your mobile phone and now it can be installed on your Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus SCH-I515. This ROM is a stock ROM leaked from Google's over-the-air servers. To answer your customization needs, this ROM comes pre-rooted, deodexed, zipaligned, and with BusyBox pre-installed. You can also install mods to enjoy additional features.XDA Developers member mwalt2 shares this pre-rooted Android 4.1.1 JRO03O ROM for your Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus SCH-I515. The developer also shares some mods, such as the Extended Power Menu, Native Tethering, Facebook sync, and many more that unlock additional features in the ROM. In this guide, we will be only including the mods for the Extended Power Menu and Native Tethering. You can head over to the developer's support page, download the other MOD files, and follow the same instructions below. Flashing the mods is not required and it is up to the users which mod to install on their phone.In this guide, learn how to upgrade the Galaxy Nexus I515 to rooted Jell
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What Happens to a Rooted Nexus 10 When Jelly Bean 4.3 Comes Out??


Friday 26th of July 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I have a rooted Nexus 10 with Jelly Bean 4.2.2. I take it if I upgrade to 4.3 my tablet will no longer be rooted. If that is true, then how do I keep it from automatically updating? Obviously if you have Wi-Fi off will stop it, but then you need Wi-Fi to....well use your tablet and update apps. What should be done then? Thanks in advance!
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Howto upgrade a rooted Nexus 10 to KitKat?


Tuesday 26th of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello, - I have a rooted my Nexus 10. - I used: and their tool to root my Nexus 10. - The android version i have is 4.2.2 - How can i in the most easiest way upgrade to KitKat? Thanks for help, Best regards,Johan
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How to root and install Android 4.4 on a rooted Nexus 10 Using Android 4.2.2....


Thursday 28th of November 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi, I currently have a Nexus 10 that is already rooted to Android 4.2.2 using a TRWP custom ROM. Now I want to upgrade to Android 4.4. I don't have the info I used to root it to 4.2.2 and installed the custom ROM. I need a detailed instruction list so I don't brick this puppy. I went here to try to do it: Root Nexus 10 on Android 4.4 KRT16S KitKat and Install CWM/TWRP Recovery [How to] - IBTimes UK , but when I tried to run the fastboot recovery, I received an error stating that fastboot wasn't an external program or command or something on those lines. So I decided to stop and ask for help before I brick it.I don't have to use TRWP again for the custom ROM, just something that works and is liked. I just need to download Android 4.4 and install it and a new ROM if that's what's needed. Thanks in advance!
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How to root and install Android 4.4 on a rooted Nexus 10 Using Android 4.2.2....


Thursday 28th of November 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi, I currently have a Nexus 10 that is already rooted to Android 4.2.2 using a TRWP custom ROM. Now I want to upgrade to Android 4.4. I don't have the info I used to root it to 4.2.2 and installed the custom ROM. I need a detailed instruction list so I don't brick this puppy. I went here to try to do it: , but when I tried to run the fastboot recovery, I received an error stating that fastboot wasn't an external program or command or something on those lines. So I decided to stop and ask for help before I brick it. I don't have to use TRWP again for the custom ROM, just something that works and is liked. I just need to download Android 4.4 and install it and a new ROM if that's what's needed. Thanks in advance!
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