Nexus four humanoid candy update: Steps to put in Google v7.0 mobile OS via AOSP storage

ROM [How to install]. In Picture: Google Nexus 4LG Press Kit
Last week, Google formally extended the new humanoid seven.0 candy to Nexus half dozen, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, element C (laptop).

However, former flagship phone Nexus four isn’t any longer eligible to receive code update, because the Google phone’s software package support guarantee has expired . Users, WHO ar still hanging to the 2012 device, you’re in luck. XDA Developer Forum’s recognised applied scientist, WHO goes by the sobriquet, Zaclimon, has come back up with the Nougat-based AOSP (Android Open supply Project) storage compatible with the Nexus four.

It is 234MB in size and has no hint of bloat-wares. ASOP storage brings all the goodies of candy as well as night mode, bundled notification, improved battery optimization, multi-window choices and various different added options to boost users’ expertise.

That being same, this AOSP storage is associate experimental version and has some bugs in it. Users ar suggested to scan all the directions provided below, before going ahead with the installation.

– Audio
– Wi-Fi
– Bluetooth
– H/W Acceleration
– i have not checked everything…

– Brightness slider (Disable adaptive brightness so as to use it)

Not Working:
– Camera
– Sensors (Accelerometer, proximity detector, etc)

Prerequisites (things to recollect before putting in Custom ROM):

This new humanoid candy AOSP storage must be put in on the LG-Google Nexus four (aka Mako) only; if tried on different devices, it’d get bricked [To check your device model: visit Settings >> concerning phone >> model number] Make sure the device is stock-still before going ahead with custom storage installation
Installation of custom storage needs clearing of memory within the smartphone, therefore ensure to back all the information by putting in mechanism Mod (CWM) Recovery/ TWRP within the smartphone.
Make sure you’ve got put in USB drivers within the laptop, as an alternative your phone (Google Nexus 4) won’t be recognised by the pc.
Make sure your device has over eighty % battery, as an alternative there’s probability of smartphone obtaining quickly bricked if the installation method is interrupted mid-way.
Though putting in custom storage improve the device’s performance and UI experiences, it makes the corporate guarantee void and that they can not be vulnerable to offer updates in future [users will restore guarantee by flashing the device with stock-ROM].
[Disclaimer: This procedure is incredibly technical and will be performed by an individual with sound information of maturation (or manual software package installation) humanoid devices. If the piecemeal installation method isn’t followed properly, there ar possibilities of the smartphone obtaining bricked or being for good irreparable. IBTimes India can’t be control accountable for any harm or claims from readers if the procedure doesn’t yield the specified results or if the smartphone is bricked. Hence, users ar suggested to proceed with caution.]

Tutorial: piecemeal installation procedure of AOSP humanoid candy storage on Google Nexus four via TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project)-

Step 1: transfer humanoid candy AOSP storage in to your laptop.

[Scroll to seek out the downloadable files]

Step 2: Connect Google Nexus four to the pc

Step 3: Place the humanoid candy AOSP storage into the phone’s storage memory.

[Note: Users ar suggested to stick the .zip enter the storage root folder, not in the other folder.]

Step 4: shut down device and disconnect it from laptop

Step 5: Perform Recovery mode sorties by long pressing Volume (Down) + Power buttons

Step 6: Once getting into the TWRP settings menu, clear phone’s memory (full) by choosing ‘Wipe’ choice. Once done, choose – ‘Swipe to manufactory Reset’ perform manufactory reset

Step 7: come back to TWRP settings and faucet ‘Install’ by the choosing .Zip enter the phone’s memory downloaded from laptop

Step 8: come to TWRP menu setting to approve the installation by sound ‘Swipe to substantiate Flash’

Step 9: Flashing of the custom storage begins and once couple of minutes, a message ‘Successful’ seems on the screen, so finishing installation.

Step 10: If moon-faced with boot loop downside, navigate back to TWRP settings, and choose ‘Wipe cache/dalvik’. This procedure can facilitate resolve any issue with relation to custom storage installation