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VZW 4.0.4 update

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1st May 2012, 05:35 PM   |  #1  
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http://www.droid-life.com/2012/05/01...-galaxy-nexus/

I'm intrigued...

Updated - Thank SpringRush (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=162) and Krazie for getting the logcat!

Sorry for taking a while to post a new link, here ya go

http://www.4shared.com/zip/Fq8_M030/...sid-IMM76.html
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1st May 2012, 05:40 PM   |  #2  
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Sooner or later will be able to nab the new radios.

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Not that I have the Verizon Nexus .. but yeah its coming out... it was updated and it seems another user got the update as well. =]

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I hope someone can post the radios as flashable zip. Gotta be patient hehe
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I guess if u clear the Google services framework within app and press check for update... perhaps it'll work =] if it doesn't the first time.. try 10 more times. It will say last checked on 1969 ... disregard that

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Looks like it is rolling out (or at least starting to).

For anyone who has received it, would you mind looking in the log files in /cache/recovery and try and find the name of the update file (ending in .zip) please and post it in this thread. Thanks.
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Cannot wait for the new radios. FC instead of FA. Wonder what they did?
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Originally Posted by dmmarck

Cannot wait for the new radios. FC instead of FA. Wonder what they did?

Just reading through the comments on the article, seems a couple people are getting (Much) better signal strength. Whatever they did it seems to have worked! (Maybe they just poured butter all over the radio code?)
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Originally Posted by miketoasty

Just reading through the comments on the article, seems a couple people are getting (Much) better signal strength. Whatever they did it seems to have worked! (Maybe they just poured butter all over the radio code?)

Potentially! Are they comparing them to the leaked 4.0.4 radios? Doubtful since they upgraded and were presumably on 4.0.2 lol.

Either way, someone needs to find the images and make a flashable zip. I need something to do at work, nah mean?
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So if I am running Liquid (4.04) will all I have to do is flash the new radios once they are available?

Sorry for the noob question. Just got my nexus last week and new to the flashing scene.

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