Android Jelly Bean 4.2 is inarguably the best version of Google’s mobile OS to date. As well as being almost as smooth as its Cupertino rival thanks to the heavily-publicized Project Butter, it provides a vast array of functions which many users on older generations could usually only dream of. However, considering the vast majority of Droidsters are on older software, and with some of the more antiquated handsets having little to no hope of seeing any of Jelly Bean’s niceties any time soon, developer AntTek has sought to bring one newer feature to those languishing on Android 2.1 – 4.1. Named AntTek Quick Settings, it brings Jelly Bean’s useful quick setting feature to any device running on the aforementioned software versions, and with no root required whatsoever, this one is truly accessible to everybody.

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