Android 4.3 system dump for the Nexus 4 was uploaded today on the Internet, publicizing the new and still unannounced Jellybean flavor. It’s all courtesy of Jeff Williams, who got a Nexus 4 from a Googler two weeks earlier with the new Android version on-board.
The guy was kind enough to make a dump in TWRP fashion, so everyone with a Nexus 4 with TWRP installed could flash it. There had been a concern if it was the real deal, but later it was proven that the ROM is in fact a legitimate Android 4.3 Jellybean build.
Within the new Android version, a new and updated Google Play Store app was discovered. The changes from the last one are minimal, definitely not user-noticeable at first glance. We guess the bigger changes lie behind the user-interface.
If you want to try Android 4.3 on your Nexus 4, or you just want to load the new Google Play Store on your Android 4+ running device, hit one of the appropriate links down below.
Download Android 4.3 for Nexus 4