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As reported earlier today, there was a test build of Android 4.3 for the Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition in the US floating around, and now it has finally surfaced. Thanks to the team at SamMobile, you can now download the stock Android 4.3 ROM and install it onto your Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S4 (GT-i9505).

If you are going to install it, remember that your warranty is void, and you need to know how to flash a ROM through a custom recovery.

Android 4.3 is still in development, so don’t expect a fully polished product. New additions to the OS are unclear, but anything amazing will no doubt be torn apart by users over the next day or so.

Download

Android-4.3-I9505GUEUBMFP-Odexed-I9505.zip
MD5: 363ED9CC32A841A512E72372A19C7D05

Android-4.3-I9505GUEUBMFP-Deodexed-I9505.zip
MD5: 74D241B64266220161018EB98A19F279

Build Info

Android version: 4.3
Build ID: JWR66N
PDA: I9505GUEUBMFP
CSC: I9505GXARBMFP
Build Date: 26 June 2013
Changelist: 968842

If you’re planning on installing it, please let us know how it goes once you’ve got it up and running!

Source: SamMobile.

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What’s the point of installing a hacked up ROM to get so-called stock experience?

Now if you could install the official firmware such that you’d get stock OTAs from Google, then this would be interesting (like you could with a carrier-bought Galaxy Nexus to turn it into a google experience device).

If you want hacked up almost stock on your S4, use any number of AOSP ROMS.

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Any amazing additions will be “torn apart” by users? I would’ve thought users will try to keep them intact 🙂

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Schweeeeeet

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