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Thread: Tegra 2 vs JB ??????

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    Tegra 2 vs JB ??????

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    Tegra 2 devices aren't upgradable to Jellybean. I reading it off of Nvidia's site. HAHAHA!
    huh?
    Don't some people here use CM and JB?
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    Tegra2 is upgradeable to JellyBean. Xoom got an official release and many devices have an unofficial release like CM or AOSP.

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    I believe there are some Tegra 2 devices that are not "upgradedable" depending on the chipset design used.
    Found my signature file, but it appears to be empty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcarver2000 View Post
    I believe there are some Tegra 2 devices that are not "upgradedable" depending on the chipset design used.
    They can all run JB, it all depends on who may be trying

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    My understanding is that certain chipset designs do not have the proper kernels to support JB. For these chipsets to work, they require kernels that don't support certain features of the newer Android OS's.
    Found my signature file, but it appears to be empty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcarver2000 View Post
    My understanding is that certain chipset designs do not have the proper kernels to support JB. For these chipsets to work, they require kernels that don't support certain features of the newer Android OS's.
    Neither did ours. Like I said, its all in who is trying to do it. It may take forever or be a pain, but its possible.

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