We will be eager to know about Apple and Google announcements, and hope something will be out extarcted before launch and flipped immediatly at the end of their keynote presentations, allowing users to get their hands on the new hardware or software soon after. Google at its Google I/O presentation introduced with lost of software-cum-hardware related to devices and the first officially revealing of Jelly Bean, the latest version Android OS.
After announcing the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q, Google made available for pre-order, likely to ship around mid-July, with Nexus 7 being its first and official device to run Jelly Bean right out of the box. As usual, many developers and hackers will be on the way to find ways to get access to things before the official launch. Like downloading and installing system dump of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean into the Galaxy Nexus devices, which is quite amazing, when we think its done successfully in just 24 hours since it was announced.
A mobile OS dumping isn’t so useful in case, but a new update has been released for the Google Play Store that ships with Android Jelly Bean. The current official version of the Play Store is upgraded to v3.5.19, now the Play Store from the system dump will take it all the new way to v3.7.11, which will be a Big G’s big dump in terms of number.
The latest version being said to offer Android users the ability to browse, purchase and download movies and TV shows and magazines as per the new features set that was introduced as a part of Jelly Bean, but many couldn’t find any huge-scale change after installing the dumped update, however.
Important to note that updating to an unofficially released version of Google Play Store may harm your device and prove to be problem-free for most users, but highly not recommended that because you might face installation issues on your devices running the prior Android version to Ice Cream Sandwich. If you are fully involved in tech enthusiastism on being ahead of the game, then here’s the new Play Store APK a whirl by downloading it from the source link and let us know about the new change log via sharing them on Facebook page or on circles on Google+ or on Twitter.
Keeping in mind: Download the new Play Store version 3.7.11 and install it on your Android smartphone running ICS, but there is a possibility that some of you may have trouble. It never hurts to try though. Via