Will we be able to load the AOSP browser on the Nexus 10? Google still cant seem to get the lag out of chrome. It makes the tablet look laggy from the reviews I've seen.
AOSP browser will still be available, when 4.2 is released to AOSP, will probably require root to install it. Chrome for Android is not open-source yet, so Google has to also release a Chromium AOSP browser.
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The aosp browser is by far the fasted browser I've benchmarked
so the first thing I'm going to do after getting root access is install it as my default
You are right not just the fastest BUT also the MOST STABLE.... Chrome was crashing and making my system slow
I hate google chrome when I updated Nexus 7 to 4.2 i was mad untill I was able to install ASOP....
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