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utternoob

Google Now for ICS!!!

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utternoob    121

Hi all

Here is a dropbox link to ICS Google Now for our phone. Actually works too :)

Instructions

Uninstall previous Google search

Copy and paste below app into /system/app

Reboot

For ROOTED devices only

Issues

Voice search doesn't work

http://db.tt/4wrqqm5x

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It should work as all (maybe some anomalies) of the other ARM apps have worked on this phone. However, you will need to root the device, get ICS on it, and deodex it. Or, you could wait until Jelly Bean which I believe is being released in January.

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You can get it though on this phone at the moment or Officially when jelly bean is out. Or you could try alternatives such as Dragon GO or S voice from the galaxy s3. You just install the apk for that.

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Simon O    396

All the Google Now apks hacked for ICS are old I believe and don't have all the new stuff. I found it all rather confusing myself since all these people have release their own hacks instead of working together for the benefit of the community. Typical XDA-Developers...

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utternoob    121

So, deodexed Xolo, tried various sources, but so far no good. Ideas?

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utternoob    121

Delete it and then copy and paste into root directory. May need to update op

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Oh yeah I didn't do that. You know I thought my account had been hacked when I saw posts from December and thinking that someone had posted them now. Facepalm

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