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The Samsung Galaxy Nexus powered by Verizon Wireless network is finally getting the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update through OTA (over the air), however be sure keep in mind that the Android 4.2.2 update for Verizon Galaxy Nexus will push out in phases, so it may take time and you should be patience but if you can’t wait, you may head over to this guide to download and install the Android 4.2.2 update for your Verizon Galaxy Nexus manually.
Recently Android 4.2.2 update released for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus LTE containing build number JDQ39, a XDA developer member mwalt2 has pulled the radio app from the update and dubbed it into a recovery flashable zip file for everyone. It’s CDMA radio and it should work coming from any radio as it includes the full radio.img.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus by Verizon is waiting for almost four months and Android 4.2.2 update for the phone is still not available but finally we’ve got delicious news to make you a bit happy, Verizon is testing the Android 4.2.2 update for Verizon Galaxy Nexus and they’ll push it through OTA soon but if you can’t wait, worry not as Android expert WinDroidGuy has got the update for manual installation. The Android 4.2.2 for Verizon Galaxy Nexus contains build number JDQ39.
Google is rolling out the Android 4.2.2 build for Galaxy Nexus, the update is aimed to fix plague bug. Galaxy Nexus is receiving the Android 4.2.2 firmware update through OTA (over the air) but if you haven’t received the update yet and can’t wait or having any trouble with OTA, simply download and install the Android 4.2.2 OTA update for Galaxy Nexus manually. The Android 4.2.2 firmware version is JDQ39.
The Ubuntu Touch developer preview is finally official for Nexus devices including the Galaxy Nexus, the developer lacks advanced apps, it deals with just basic apps currently such as phone app, SMS app, shell and core apps, GSM network connection ability, networking via Wifi, camera app, and device accessible through the Android Developer Bridge tool (adb).
Canonical will hopefully release a very stable version soon in near future, however the preview is enough for those of you who’re itching to taste the Linux-based operating system on their mobile phone.
Google already has updated their Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean almost a few weeks ago but some Galaxy Nexus variants are still waiting for the update and the wait has now been over for Sprint customers, Sprint is now pushing out the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update to their Galaxy Nexus smartphones, the.
Many people love to buy an Android device because it offers amazing customization even rooting an Android device voids limitations of manufacture and gives you super users rights over your phone and lets you customize any aspect of device, customization is one of great benefit that force us to root our Android devices.
But rooting is not really easy, you need to use very complicated methods to root your Android device even wrongs moves can brick your device and even may lose the warranty of device, but a senior XDA developer Chainfire has made it really with CF-Auto-Root tool, first CF-root tool was available just for Samsung devices but later Chainfire released the tool for Nexus devices and it root the device in no time, even newbies can try this because it’s very safer than others, however CF-root tool isn’t available for older Nexus devices yet such as Nexus One and Nexus S but Chainfire has released it for all latest Nexus devices.
The Sprint Galaxy Nexus is now going to receive the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update officially through OTA even Google has released the Android 4.2.1 update for Sprint Galaxy Nexus on their server that can be installed manually on your Sprint Galaxy Nexus if you can’t wait for the OTA notification or can’t install via OTA, it’s GA02 build.
Note that you don’t need to root your Sprint Galaxy Nexus before installation of this OTA update, the below guide shows you how to install the Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean update for Sprint Galaxy Nexus.
Just a few days ago the Takju Galaxy Nexus received the Android 4.2.1 update through OTA and now the Yakju Galaxy Nexus (intentional unlock GSM Galaxy Nexus) variant is also receiving the Android 4.2.1 OTA update notifications. It’s a minor OTA update that is released to fix December bug, as most of you know well.
The Sprint Galaxy Nexus users are still waiting for official OTA update to taste new Android 4.2 and there’s no official word for release date. But here’s a new AOSP 4.2 custom ROM for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus and it’s based on Android 4.2 , thanks to senior XDA developer iwasaperson. It’s fully stock custom ROM and brings all new Android 4.2 features gesture-based keyboard, panorama photography , lockscreen widgets, improved notification bar and more.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is now receiving the Android 4.2.1 firmware update through OTA having the build number JOP40D, this update meant for fixing the December month lack bug in the calendar app that we found in Android 4.2. It’s a minor update and there’s no other improvement.
Google already has released the Android 4.2 update to Yakju Galaxy Nexus through OTA but some users have reported that they didn’t receive the OTA notification, that’s why Android Police has made an OTA Android 4.2 update .zip file available for manual installation, here’s guide to learn how to install Android 4.2 OTA update on Galaxy Nexus manually, do keep in mind that it’s just for yakju Galaxy Nexus variant that is international GSM and is not from the Google Play store.