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Great!  Here’s what you need to know:  there is still a lot of work in progress and the current state should be considered as being alpha even though it’s working quite nicely for the parts that are implemented already. Therefore, use is at your own risk. Currently BlueTooth, the accelerometer, camera and ALS are not implemented yet. Audio & wifi should work, though might be buggy. If you have a TouchPad you can start . You will want to use the “Release” version. Nightly is used for things that are being worked on and bug fixes for the next release.  If you need help installing it, go .  If you’d like to try the emulator go . And for the Nexus 4 go . All the supported devices can be found 

 

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