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    Article: Google Now updated with movie showtime suggestions, emergency aler

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    Google Now is one of the reasons I purchased an Android phone. I don't have it because updates are are a game of Russian Roulette unless you have a Nexus device. Anyway, bitterness aside, this looks sweet. I can't wait to get this and it's been a long time since I've been excited about an upgrade. I hear a lot of people saying that this service tends to lean on the creepy side, but I'm comfortable with that. I just want it now.

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    Officially it seems Jelly Bean will out by mid September for the SIII.

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    I was under the impression Now had been ported to ics

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    Hmmm. That looks tempting.

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    I rooted and put this one on my phone.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1766684

    I'm a sucker for this kind of stuff, so now im looking at swapping the kernel so I can OC. Never flashed a kernel before but it looks as simple as a ROM.

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    Is. Just remember to not set it to keep your oc settings on boot until your sure they work.

    Try Francos kernel. He has an app that makes settings easy, but AOKP usually has something similar.

    Don't stress I/O just yet, and govonors are easy enough. Ondemand or interactive are good starting points.

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