As I’m certain many of you are aware: Android 4.3 has been released to AOSP for a while now. This update may not appear to be a major one to the typical user, but it brings with it a seemingly endless slew of code changes. We assure you; work is being done and progress is being made. Some of you may have noticed a distinct lack of movement on our Gerrit and Github accounts. This is due to the nature of where the merge is taking place, not that it isn’t happening.
The good news:
We would like to confirm the fact that AOKP and AOSP sources are being merged together. As such, you’ll see every feature you’ve come to know and love make an immediate showing upon the first builds being released.
The Nexus 4 and Verizon S4 are both currently booting AOKP 4.3 for our team to begin testing. The very vast majority of this merge has been spear-headed directly by two members of the team: Tom Marshal aka TDM (who doesn’t have a twitter handle) and BMc08GT
Current issues will be worked out, further testing will continue, and our supported devices will then all begin to fall into place.
Thanks for hanging in there for us! We’ll see you soon!