A few days ago Google started rolling out the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus 4.0.4 IMM76K update en-masse to Verizon subscribers. I mentioned a relatively well known trick to improve your odds of getting the OTA in our pipeline piece about it, and today Google (courtesy JBQ) has rolled out the full factory restore image on its factory images for nexus phones page. This comes as a very welcome step towards rebuilding the reputation of the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus device, even after the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus lost AOSP support and following its massively delayed 4.0.4 rollout. @N301DQ Done. mysid IMM76K images available at the usual location. — Jean-Baptiste Queru (@jbqueru) June 5, 2012 Interestingly enough, reader and avid twitter user CJ (@N301DQ) seems to have been at least...
It has been nearly four months since I originally wrote about the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus 4.0.4 update, which changed the signal to bars mapping, improves stability, and brought other...13 by Brian Klug on 6/2/2012
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Back when the Verizon CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus released, there was much talk of a signal related issue, which we investigated. The findings back then were that there was nothing...6 by Brian Klug on 2/6/2012
After a long and arduous wait, Verizon has finally announced availability and pricing of its own Galaxy Nexus variant. Eager Galaxy Nexus shoppers will be able to get the...18 by Brian Klug on 12/14/2011
The road to Google's Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is finally nearing its destination. As of yesterday, the Samsung made Galaxy Nexus went on sale in...70 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/18/2011