Android 4.2 has a hidden Jelly Bean Daydream
0. phoneArena posted on 15 Nov 2012, 16:39
Yesterday, we told you about a new feature of Android 4.2 called Daydream, which is essentially a screensaver for your Android phone or tablet that is triggered when you set your device to charge, or place it in a dock. Well, it turns out that Google (as it often does) has hidden a big of an Easter egg in the form of a special Jelly Bean Daydream...
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2. nwright94 (unregistered) posted on 15 Nov 2012, 16:48 6 0
I read it as bean flicker for a second. That would be something entirely different haha.
4. MichaelHeller posted on 15 Nov 2012, 17:22 7 0
I knew there was a reason I was avoiding that phrase
6. bluinferno posted on 15 Nov 2012, 21:59 0 0
Currently have Galaxy Nexus running 4.1.1 and this daydream is active on my phone. Tapped the version and when the large jelly bean shows up, keep finger pressed on the screen for a second.
7. andynaija posted on 15 Nov 2012, 22:08 2 0
I never knew there was Easter egg in gingerbread until today! Just tried it!
8. Dubskillz posted on 15 Nov 2012, 22:09 0 0
Htc is the only manufacturer who has disabled the tapping function! You won't be getting jack ish with them, you'll just be tapping away....
9. bvalde09 posted on 16 Nov 2012, 00:19 0 0
Nice it is the same on my galaxy Nexus who is also running jelly bean. Not really something new but its cool
10. sleepyjohnny posted on 16 Nov 2012, 09:14 0 0
I just tried it, and I didn't unlock the daydream after simply viewing the easter egg. I had to hold down on the screen for a second until I felt a vibration. At which point I saw jelly beans all over the screen that were interactive. It was then that I had unlocked the daydream
11. jtbrown3 posted on 19 Nov 2012, 21:24 0 0
One BIG issue with the Daydream feature is that LED notifications are automatically turned 'off' while Daydream is active. If it wern't for this bug, Daydream would be an excellent 'screensaver' like feature that allows us to quickly just 'touch' the screen to activate the phone while docked or charging. Fix this Google!