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[Q] my brother phone dont get 4.3 update?

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25th March 2014, 10:06 AM   |  #1  
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hi, my brother have this galaxy nexus 9250 phone.. and he dont have got that 4.3 update? i live in finland... he have checked updates but phone says that there is no updates.. does anyone know about this? thanks. and can i flash orginal and stock firmware with that? newer i mean.. if he had 4.2.2 now.
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hi, my brother have this galaxy nexus 9250 phone.. and he dont have got that 4.3 update? i live in finland... he have checked updates but phone says that there is no updates.. does anyone know about this? thanks. and can i flash orginal and stock firmware with that? newer i mean.. if he had 4.2.2 now.

Check the build of that phone
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hi, my brother have this galaxy nexus 9250 phone.. and he dont have got that 4.3 update? i live in finland... he have checked updates but phone says that there is no updates.. does anyone know about this? thanks. and can i flash orginal and stock firmware with that? newer i mean.. if he had 4.2.2 now.

no update for international variant (yakju).. i only got updated from 4.1.1 to 4.1.2. 😢😢
so, unlock your bootloader, root, install recovery, then update anything u want. dont hope anything from google OTA

stock update~
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-urls-t1419170
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no update for international variant (yakju).. i only got updated from 4.1.1 to 4.1.2. 😢😢
so, unlock your bootloader, root, install recovery, then update anything u want. dont hope anything from google OTA

stock update~
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-urls-t1419170

hmm.. what is easiest way to install custom recovery or root?
its look like "harder" than galaxy s4 rooting
26th March 2014, 04:33 PM   |  #5  
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Or flash the factory image. That way it stays completely stock.

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hmm.. what is easiest way to install custom recovery or root?
its look like "harder" than galaxy s4 rooting

Its easier to flash a custom recovery and root. Please use google..

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27th March 2014, 03:11 PM   |  #6  
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hmm.. what is easiest way to install custom recovery or root?
its look like "harder" than galaxy s4 rooting

I use WugFresh's "Nexus Root Toolkit" myself. I have 6 different Nexus devices, including (but not limited to) Nexus 7 (both variants), Nexus 5, Galaxy Nexus, and Nexus 4. WugFresh's toolkit handles them all like a champ.
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Toolkits are nice but fastboot is better

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