- Change the boot logo
- Modify the look of the status bar
- Make changes to the navigation bar
- Get rid of the yellow tint that comes with the Nexus 4 (thanks for that Google)
- Add more options to the bottom ring other than the standard Google now
- Add more items to the quick settings
- And more!
Do all of those changes sound good to you? If they at least peak your interest then you really should consider rooting your device and using Slim Bean as the ROM of your choice. If you’re among the fortunate ones to have already received your Nexus 4 and would like to root it, I’m not sure when (or if) I’ll be making a rooting video. However, treat yourself by downloading The Tech Temple’s free Nexus 4 Rooting Guide, which is composed of simple, short notes I used when rooting my device. It’s extremely useful and it’s something I make personally every time I root a device. In the guide I also mention a few must have apps in order to get the most out of your Nexus 4. You can check out at XDA if you’d like further information that what I’ve provided.