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How to install Google Now without Jelly Bean

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Featured Voice Assistant Google Now , which appeared in the recently introduced version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, probably caused many of the desire to quickly update to the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. We are all aware that we have to wait and wait for the official updates, because many users are not even included in the taste of Ice Cream Sandwich.So the question is can we able to install Google Now without Jelly Bean? Yes!  we are pleased with independent developers who have already figured out How to install Google Now without Jelly Bean in Android smartphones with AOSP 4.0 Rom.

Instructions for installing Google Now without Jelly Bean:


• Open Root Explorer or another file manager and navigate to the root directory “/ system”
• Open the “build.prop” in a text editor
• Find the entry ro.build.version.sdk = 15 (number may vary) and change it to ro.build.version.sdk = 16
• Navigate to the directory / system / app and rename the file GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk to GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk1
• Reboot, then save the application Google Now(you can easily find it on net) in the / system / app and install it
• Open the file “build.prop” and change “ro.build.version.sdk = 16″ to “ro.build.version.sdk = 15″
• Restart the device again
Voila! Voice assistant Google Now is now installed in your device! For those who are not familiar with Google Now, recall that this “intelligent” assistant that can “predict” what information you will be useful at some point. In addition to the usual voice and text search in the service you will find 10 ” cards “with comprehensive information on weather, transportation, flights and so on. Assistant may also be using a voice command to activate your smartphone features such as:
• Hours;
• System Preferences;
• Maps of Google;
• Search for Google;
• Google Images;
• Weather;
• Google Music;
• Navigation.

 

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