If you want to learn about to manually flash the OTA to your Galaxy Nexus you are on right place below are the simple steps. First of all in this regard you have to download the OTA package direct from Google. After that, download the latest ClockWorkMod recovery here. Store both these files on your computer desktop.
If you haven’t by now, OEM unlocks your Galaxy Nexus bootloader. Here’s a handy guide for Windows 7. Note that this erases everything on your phone. (So hopefully you’ve done this already.)
- Copy the OTA package above to the /sdcard folder on your Galaxy Nexus
- Drop the ClockWorkMod file in the same folder you have fastboot in on your computer. Rename it to cwm.img to make things easy.
- Reboot your Galaxy Nexus to bootloader mode (hold volume up and volume down, then press power).
- Plug your phone into your computer, and open a command prompt or terminal. Navigate to the folder with fastboot and the cwm.img inside it.
- At the command line, type the following: fastboot-windows.exe boot cwm.img (or just fastboot.exe if that’s what you’ve got)
- Use the ClockWorkMod recovery menu to flash a zip file from the SD card, and choose the OTA zip file you downloaded earlier.
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