I have Nexus 7 and now I buy new Nexus 10. Both of them are with Android 4.2.
How can I move my user account from old my Nexus to new one ?
Is there any way to do that?
Earlier this week Jelly Bean had begun appearing on Nexus S devices in Pakistan. Today on the Nexus Google+ account, they announced that Jelly Bean is currently being released to customers on at least five different carriers around the world, presumably, this includes the unlocked GSM models too.
Remember when Ice Cream Sandwich was the bomb? It seems so long ago, but how things change as ever since Google announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean last week, everyone is clamoring to get it on their device. There has been numerous ports so far, but we can now add the Nexus S and the Nexus S 4G to the list.
Android 4.2 brought Multiple user account support, which is a welcome addition. It’s only available on tablets since they are more likely to be used by more than one person in the household. This means yourself, your wife, your son, and your daughter can all use the same tablet and keep their own settings and app data.
So you own a Nexus 7 tablet and want to get in on some Android Open Kang Project action? You’re in luck as the latest Jelly Bean-based AOKP is now available for all, courtesy of the official AOKP nightlies that have recently been rolled out.
Stock Jelly Bean factory images are now available for the Samsung Nexus S and Nexus S 4G. The builds are labeled as JRO03E and JRO03L respectively. I’m sure this will make many Nexus S developers happy!
You can head over to the source link for more information or download it yourself!
source: Google Developers
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