Install Google Play Music 4.3.605 on your Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone
Android’s latest version was announced at the I/O couple of weeks back that brought several improvements to the Google Play Store. A couple of days back we told you about the update to the Google Play Store and now today we are going to tell you about improvements made in Google Play Music.
The version of Google Play Music for Jelly Bean isn’t much different from that was on the ICS previously, except for the widget. Google added an enhanced widget for the Play Music than the blind one that was present in the ICS. Google also worked on the appearance of the Play Music and added a dark gray transparent background that gives a pretty fresh look. Other features are quite the same like it allows you to save your favorite music on the Google’s cloud service, which allows you to save space on your internal memory or memory card. You can listen to your songs via Google Music Play app and you can also add them to favorites so that you can play them even when you are offline. Though the new Google Music Play app is only available in US though you can access it using a proxy. You can install Google Play from Play Store. In order to install this new Google Play Music on your ICS device you must have to root it first. I recommend you to uninstall the previous version of the Play Music app also delete the data and then install new Google Play Music 4.3.605. You can also install Google Music Manager on your Windows PC. Google Play Music 4.3.605 is the version that released along with Jelly Bean while Google Play Music 4.1.513 is for ICS users. If you still receive any more errors then you can visit the official thread.
Source: XDA Developers