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Google Now on ICS

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I saw this posted on techcrunch yesterday, has anyone tried it? There are 2 threads over on XDA with details:

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1747224

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1749045

Says it only works on AOSP roms so not sure what that covers? Looks like a very cool (or very creepy) new Jellybean feature, but is it worth messing with ICS to get it, or just waiting for Jellybean on the G300?

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I'm thinking about giving this a go but somehow I have a feeling the HUAWEI rom is not based on AOSP. I could be wrong, of course. I'm sure Paul or Dazzozo could tell us for sure.

Will create a Nandroid a bit later and give it a shot.

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Every ROM is eventually based on AOSP

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It works on Huawei's ICS for everything apart from the voice search so the main feature pretty much...

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Voice search works once you have wifi and I assume data turned on but it just doesn't work very well, or maybe I'm doing something wrong.

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No voice search here with wifi on

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Got it working without too much fuss but not sure I see the point. It's basically just the location services and a laggy text search.

One to keep an eye on, though.

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No voice search here with wifi on

My bad I was using something else.

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