Welcome back to another week of the Android Police Podcast. Spoiler alert: this one is really long. We're talking about Jelly Bean, Galaxy Nexus banhammering, and the Nexus 7. So at least it's interesting. We think (hope).
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Android at Arms (legal news)
- The Galaxy Nexus just got banned from the United States and Google Play, probably asked a stupid question in IRC.
- And Google is going to release an update to un-ban it.
- Nokia politely suggests the Nexus 7 is probably infringing on one of its Wi-Fi patents, manages to avoid filing 20 lawsuits in the process.
- Jelly Bean now requires you to blink for face unlock. I guess Joan Rivers won't be using it.
- There won't be Flash support in Android 4.1. Don't worry guys, porn will adapt.
- There's a "What's This Song?" widget in Android 4.1 and you can download it, but it only finds songs from the Play Store. So yes, it is basically useless.
- Google Now does a lot of things. Get jealous.
- CyanogenMod 10 = Jelly Bean, and it won't take a million years to release it this time.
The Hotsheet (device news)
RAZR HDAtrix HD is coming to AT&T (it's a RAZR HD).
- The Galaxy S III will be landing at AT&T stores on July 6th. Unless you want a red one. Sorry, people with literally no taste, you'll have to wait.
- And the GS3 will be coming to Verizon on the 10th.
- The DROID Incredible 4G LTE is now available at Verizon. I'm going to be reviewing it, so maybe wait before you make your decision (that's my way of saying it's not very good).
- A white EVO could be headed to Sprint soon. Well, that will fix some of the ugly problem.
- The One V is now available on Virgin and US Cellular.
- Archos has announced some tablet that there is literally no reason to care about. Hooray.
- The Nexus S 4G now has full AOSP support, so that's fun.