Being a trendsetter is a thing but being the first, is something special. The first Google phone that got tagged under the ‘Nexus’ moniker was the Google Nexus One. Built by HTC which has been known for it’s zero compromise build quality standards, the Google Nexus One was amongst the most gifted handsets and boasted a top notch chipset and configuration for it’s time. Everyone knows the true story behind the huge fan base of Google’s Nexus brand and even after being dumped by it’s family, these devices find their second home @XDA and have also been evergreen performers at the forums. Google might have thought of it’s first Nexus device to be old enough to be taken out of the compatibility list for the latest builds of the Android OS but we have this freshly baked CM 10.1 based Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ROM up and ready to be flashed onto your Google Nexus Ones!
NOTE: Please take care that as this ROM is still under development, you may come across a few bugs here or there. In that case, you can report the bugs and help the developers as they are working hard and out to get it done as fast as possible!
[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” width=”600″ ]Before you proceed with the installation, we recommend you to backup all data on your phone. To make backups easily, you can read our complete backup guide. If you do not have device drivers installed, you can download them here. We are not responsible for any damage your device might face with this guide – the chances in this case are very less though.[/box]
Steps to Install CM 10.1 Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ROM on your Google Nexus One:
- Download the latest version of the ROM zip file from here.
- Connect your Google Nexus One to the Computer via USB Cable and copy the ROM zip file to your internal sdcard which is the /sdcard/ folder.
- Disconnect your device from the PC and turn it off.
- Boot your device into ClockworkMod Recovery mode.
- Make a nandroid backup in the recovery mode so that you can revert back if you wish to.
- Wipe everything up or do a factory reset and wipe Dalvik cache if your want to avoid “low on system memory” problem.
- Select the option to apply an update zip, and select the zip file you copied to the internal sd card.
- Flash the zip file.
- Go back and select “Reboot system now”.
Please make a note that this boot up make take a bit longer than usual and hence be a little patient. If your phone booted up properly, let it get stable for a minute or two and hey! you’re home! Further, you can head to the original thread for more on this ROM. Feel free to leave your queries in the comments section or you can contact the author on Google Plus or you can head over to our Facebook page for some quick help either from us or the community members!