Developers make Android 4.2 firmware for Samsung Bada phones




Developers have a fully working Android 4.2 firmware version for the Samsung Wave and Wave II. The smartphones of 2010 normally run Bada, the Samsung-made and unsupported own operating system.

The Android 4.2 ROM is based on CyanogenMod and can be flashed via ClockworkMod recovery-on the device as shown in the thread on XDA-Developers. Making suitable for the wave of Android devices is not a new project, but has long been under way. Meanwhile, many issues solved, stable and almost fully functional firmware is made.

It seems likely that the development will not for much longer. The Wave and Wave II came out in 2010 and so what hardware is concerned largely similar to the first Galaxy S . Many users of these handsets have now switched to a newer set which not many users will be. More about

Bada is Samsung’s proprietary Linux distro. Samsung has development ceased in favor of the developed together with Intel Tizen. However, this development is not fast. It seemed like Samsung this year would bring his first Tizen smartphone on the market but it has delayed the release until next year.


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