Leaked: Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Runtime Without Permanent Bar

Leaked: Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Runtime Without Permanent Bar

If you’ve been following the BlackBerry 10.2 leaks, you might have been aggravated with the Android app player. In some of the past leaks, the permanent bar in the Android app player would stay… well, permanent.

Previously, users had the option to hide the bar. This newly outed version of the Android Jelly Bean runtime now offers you the ability to hide the bar.

The only catch with this new version of the Android app player is any side-loaded apps have to use a debug token. Download the leaked Android runtime here.

*DISCLAIMER* – This is an unofficial software release. There are no guarantees that it is stable. You may damage your phone. We assume absolutely NO responsibility for any damages that may occur. Install this leaked software release at your own risk.

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