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GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest

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2nd March 2013, 09:06 PM   |  #1  
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I recently received the JDQ39 OTA on my GNEX test phone. Oldblue910 will provide the community with the most recent boot loader version, kernel version and baseband version.
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2nd March 2013, 09:09 PM   |  #2  
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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
Thank you once again for breaking the news to us! How do the new radios seem to be working so far?

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Thank you once again for breaking the news to us! How do the new radios seem to be working so far?

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The radios appear to be working really well.
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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
How is the battery life looking on this build?
2nd March 2013, 09:57 PM   |  #5  
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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
Great to hear. Looking forward to the new radios!

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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
Thank you!!
2nd March 2013, 10:24 PM   |  #7  
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Not gonna ask for a specific ETA but was just wondering how long a process it is to extract the radios. Again, I am fine with however long it may take and do not need a time that they will be posted. Just wondering if it's something that can be done quick for you guys or if it will take awhile.
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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
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Not gonna ask for a specific ETA but was just wondering how long a process it is to extract the radios. Again, I am fine with however long it may take and do not need a time that they will be posted. Just wondering if it's something that can be done quick for you guys or if it will take awhile.

I would like to know as well i don't think its out of the park to ask

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obviously not an official answer, but it seems that they cannot extract the radio from the phone, and so they are reverting to 4.1 and hoping that he gets the OTA again so they can extract it before the ota is flashed?
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Re: GNEX VZN 4.2.2 Release On Test Phone: oldblue910 with the latest
Sounds like that is the plan. But this raises a good point, especially since we don't know how the test ota process works, and thus don't know for sure that he would receive the ota again. Maybe it would make sense to first get it rooted and then pull the radios via the gnex toolbox (which is probably easier and quicker than doing it manually) and maybe also pull a full system image or create an image. zip of the stock ROM through CWM.

That said, these guys are doing this out of pure goodwill, and they should do whatever works best for them and doesn't interfere with their lives. Just happy they gave us the news

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