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[REF] [HOW-TO] [GSM & CDMA] Official Google OTA update URLs -- Latest: JWR66Y / 4.3

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18th April 2012, 07:31 PM   |  #301  
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Thank you for your answer.

I went back to Yakju 4.02. I don't have a problem and I don't seem to get the OTA to 4.04. I wonder if I would get the same problem with the regular OTA instead of using fastboot to install it.

There is no difference if installing it manually or over the air. The issue is that Google seems to have paused rolling out 4.0.4 for the time being.
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Does anyone have the build img for this:



I'm trying to get my phone back to stock settings to return and so far I have this:

Baseband (Android 4.0.2):
I9250UGLA4

Kernel:
3.0.8-gaaa2611
android-build@apa28#1

Build Number:
ICL53F


I'm trying to get the Build Number to match the image I attached exactly by having the .I9250UGLA4 at the end.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
20th April 2012, 11:19 PM   |  #303  
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Apparently someone has gotten the OTA to IMM76I. See here.

If anyone comes across the update URL, please post it here. For those that have gotten the update, instructions on how to find the URL are in the first post.
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First post updated with link for IMM76I update. Thanks darkwhite2012: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...32&postcount=8 !!!!
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Does this update feature a new radio? I think I've finally narrowed down my poor signal problem: crappy Samsung radio firmware.

Does this update have any positive effect on either poor signal or loss of signal in sleep mode?

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Does this update feature a new radio? I think I've finally narrowed down my poor signal problem: crappy Samsung radio firmware.

Does this update have any positive effect on either poor signal or loss of signal in sleep mode?

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No, there is no radio included in this update.
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No, there is no radio included in this update.

So what does that update actually fix that was broken?

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So what does that update actually fix that was broken?

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It's very difficult to tell. We get an updated kernel and a bunch of patches to various files.

Try it and see if it helps you with your issues. If you don't like it, flash back to your nandroid.
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It's very difficult to tell. We get an updated kernel and a bunch of patches to various files.

Try it and see if it helps you with your issues. If you don't like it, flash back to your nandroid.

Even at that, the boot.img is a patch, although maybe it's an essential tweak.

I may learn myself how to unpack boot.img's later, but that would require a high degree of boredom. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=443994

Hopefully someone figures out what, if anything, significant is different.
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Hopefully someone figures out what, if anything, significant is different.

Not sure if it is the placebo effect, but it seems to have fixed a major issue I had prior to the update: when I swipe my finger across the screen, it seems like it now leaves less of a grease mark than before... or maybe that is just due to me washing my hands as my GNex was updating...

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