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I could care less about this update, if only the first of what is likely several soak tests, besides the ROM dev's are way further along in AOSP than anything VZ will push out.

But the radios hold promise.
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I could care less about this update, if only the first of what is likely several soak tests, besides the ROM dev's are way further along in AOSP than anything VZ will push out.

But the radios hold promise.
Well, what most people are wanting are newer radios and a newer build with fixes and enhancements.

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Well, what most people are wanting are newer radios and a newer build with fixes and enhancements.

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Exactly if we get the ota source jb ROMs made from these will make them more stable and so forth.


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OK gentlemen, this is definitely a testing build. It requires you first install the IMM76Q update. So you need to flash to IMM76K, upgrade to IMM76Q, then to JRO03O. The link is here:

http://android.clients.google.com/pa...Q.4a91da6c.zip

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OK gentlemen, this is definitely a testing build. It requires you first install the IMM76Q update. So you need to flash to IMM76K, upgrade to IMM76Q, then to JRO03O. The link is here:

http://android.clients.google.com/pa...Q.4a91da6c.zip

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awesome, thanks. Can't seem to fine IMM76Q anywhere though.
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OK gentlemen, this is definitely a testing build. It requires you first install the IMM76Q update. So you need to flash to IMM76K, upgrade to IMM76Q, then to JRO03O. The link is here:

http://android.clients.google.com/pa...Q.4a91da6c.zip

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Good stuff, thanks for posting the link. Will click that button for both of you. Time to play.


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awesome, thanks. Can't seem to fine IMM76Q anywhere though.
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This day keeps getting better and better! First I get the tracking number for my 64gb champagne infinity pad, now this!

So if I am already on IMM76Q, I can just flash the zip? Also, will root be affected?
 
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