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Default [INFO] Galaxy Nexus Versions

I thought it would be handy to have all the info we have about the various versions of the Galaxy Nexus in one place.

Notes:
model refers to the retail model number of the device, device refers to ro.product.device in build.prop, board refers to ro.product.board in build.prop, configuration refers to ro.product.name in build.prop. Together, device and board should uniquely identify a hardware build. Configuration refers to a particular software configuration with country-specific customizations, carrier-specific customizations, etc. A single hardware build may have multiple software configurations.

One distinction between different configurations for the same hardware build seems to be support for different locales. A list of locale support for known configurations is attached as a comma-separated values file. Remove the .txt extension to view.

Device: maguro, Board: tuna
16GB, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/900/1700/1900/2100, HSPA+
Configurations:
yakju
Model: GT-I9250
Worldwide, not carrier-specific, Google-branded, supported by AOSP
Software builds:
ICL23D, ITL41D, ITL41F
Radio builds:
I9250XXKK1, I9250XXKK2, I9250XXKK6
yakjuxw
Model: GT-I9250
Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, UK, not carrier-specific, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
Software builds:
ITL41D-I9250XWKK5, ITL41F-I9250XWKK8, ITL41F-I9250XWKK9: supports additional locales
Radio builds:
I9250XXKK1
yakjuux
Model: GT-I9250
Canada, Bell Canada/Virgin, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
Software builds:
ITL41D-I9250UGKK7, ITL41F-I9250UGKL1
Radio builds:
I9250UGKK7, I9250UGKL1
yakjudv
Model: GT-I9250T
Australia, Telstra, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
Software builds:
ITL41F.I9250TDVKKB
Radio builds:
I9250TDVKKB
unknown
Model: GT-I9250M
yakjukr
Model: SCH-M420S
South Korea, SK Telecom, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
Model: SCH-M420K
South Korea, KT, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
yakjusc
Model: SC-04D
Japan, NTT DoCoMo, Samsung-branded, not supported by AOSP
Software builds:
ITL41D-SC04D0MKKD: no tethering support
Radio builds:
SC04DOMKKD

Device: toro, Board: tuna
32GB, CDMA2000 800/1900, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. A 800/1900, LTE 700
Configurations:
mysid
Model: SCH-I515
US, Verizon, Google-branded, supported by AOSP
Software builds:
IFL10B, IFL10C, ITL41D, ICL53F
Radio builds (CDMA / LTE?):
I515.09 V.EK01 / I515.EK02
I515.09 V.EK05 / I515.EK02
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Thanks for posting this. I tried gathering all these together in the first Samsung/Google thread on this same forum, but it wasn't as detailed as your post here. Do we know what the other models are (I9250T/M)?

Also, anyone with experience on this kind of thing, does this mean that the Verizon device will be incompatible with GSM ROMs and vice versa? Looks like it's even a different device and board name...

Wanted to also mention that I asked Google about the different configuration names (yakju vs yakjuxw, etc) and Google engineers don't know much and said all except yakju are on Samsung's release schedule for updates, not Google's. You can see more of that conversation here (I asked towards the bottom of the thread): http://groups.google.com/group/andro...de45a058a737b9
Current Device:
LG Nexus 4 (GSM, 16GB)
ROM: Stock Android 4.3
Baseband: M9615A-CEFWMAZM-2.0.1700.84
Build: JWR66V
Kernel: 3.4.0-perf-gf43c3d9

Previous Devices:
HTC Nexus One (AT&T Version)
ROM: Cyanogenmod 7.1 (Android 2.3.7)
Baseband: 32.50.00.32U_5.12.00.08
Build: GWK74
Kernel: 2.6.37.6-cyanogenmod-01509-g8913be8shade@toxygene #1

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM Version)
ROM: Stock Android 4.3
Baseband: I9250XXLJ1
Build: JWR66V (Samsung takju)
Kernel: 3.0.72-gfb3c9ac
 
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i9250T should be rogers/telus and i9250m is the Bell Canada version.
 
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i9250T should be rogers/telus and i9250m is the Bell Canada version.
Is there a way to confirm that the Bell Canada model is the I9250M, not regular I9250? Both Samsung and Bell Canada's websites are being unhelpful.

Also, updated list with some more info from Jean-Baptiste Queru about configurations and AOSP support.
 
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Is there a way to confirm that the Bell Canada model is the I9250M, not regular I9250? Both Samsung and Bell Canada's websites are being unhelpful.

Also, updated list with some more info from Jean-Baptiste Queru about configurations and AOSP support.
Just another little note, there's been no confirmation that the LTE Verizon version would be supported by AOSP. When asked, Google said they want to supply the ROM files but not sure if they can. So we'll have to wait and see or get someone currently with an LTE device to check their build file.
Current Device:
LG Nexus 4 (GSM, 16GB)
ROM: Stock Android 4.3
Baseband: M9615A-CEFWMAZM-2.0.1700.84
Build: JWR66V
Kernel: 3.4.0-perf-gf43c3d9

Previous Devices:
HTC Nexus One (AT&T Version)
ROM: Cyanogenmod 7.1 (Android 2.3.7)
Baseband: 32.50.00.32U_5.12.00.08
Build: GWK74
Kernel: 2.6.37.6-cyanogenmod-01509-g8913be8shade@toxygene #1

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM Version)
ROM: Stock Android 4.3
Baseband: I9250XXLJ1
Build: JWR66V (Samsung takju)
Kernel: 3.0.72-gfb3c9ac
 
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Just another little note, there's been no confirmation that the LTE Verizon version would be supported by AOSP. When asked, Google said they want to supply the ROM files but not sure if they can. So we'll have to wait and see or get someone currently with an LTE device to check their build file.
Read the latest post by JBQ to the Android-Building group.
 
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Corrected radio versions.
 
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Forgive me if this is a dumb question but what does AOSP support mean? Does this mean the Canda Bell/Virgin GNX won't get OTA updates as they are available?
 
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So will mine get updates?

yakjuxw
 
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Forgive me if this is a dumb question but what does AOSP support mean? Does this mean the Canda Bell/Virgin GNX won't get OTA updates as they are available?
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So will mine get updates?

yakjuxw
AOSP is the Android Open Source Project. Supported by AOSP means Google makes sure software built from the AOSP can run on the device. This is not the same as Google supporting or releasing OTAs for the device. At this point, we don't know if the non-AOSP supported phones will get OTAs from Google or someone else.

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