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It can't be activated since the GN chipset doesn't support it.
Thanks a lot. All the sites that report on the OTA just skipped through testing whether it can be activated, and just state that blablabla are the new features in 4.2, which includes Miracast. *SMH*
 
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Does anyone else's recent apps menu act a bit...wonky?
It doesn't seem to follow the app's orientation.
Example: I turned off rotation in portrait mode, I go into a landscape oriented game and press the recents apps button.
In 4.0 and 4.1 the recent apps would be landscape oriented, like the app.
But in 4.2 the screen switches to portrait and displays the recent apps.

Similar thing happenes if you have auto rotate on and open the recent apps up at the launcher and switch the phone to landscape. It will rotate to landscape, even though the app "under" it is forced portrait.
 
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How is the GPS on the verizon gnex with 4.2? I still have the GPS glitch that was created with the jellybean update. I'm thinking about ditching the verizon gnex and getting the nexus 4 on t-mobile if this GPS glitch isn't fixed.
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There have been apps available for years that accomplish the exact same thing, I can stream music/video to my AppleTV & PS3. So I see that as a total cop-out, if true.
Miracast is hardware dependent sadly. It's quite a bit different from DLNA which is software replicable as it outputs the phone's display itself instead of streaming video out for another device to decode.
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Swype feature is working well. Camera looks good but forced closed few times. Once it hung and I had to take out my battery to restart.
Setting panel is a disappointment ..was expecting toggle to be available. Didn't face any lag.
Btw i don't see the thumbnail of clicked snap when my camera is on so I had to go to gallery to check the clicked snap.
Also new play store doesnt show manual updates seperately.
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Miracast is hardware dependent sadly. It's quite a bit different from DLNA which is software replicable as it outputs the phone's display itself instead of streaming video out for another device to decode.
Thanks for pointing out the difference. I'll stick to DLNA, as apposed to rushing out and buying all new equipment to accomplish the same thing I am already doing.
 
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I though some people were saying Miracast requires TI's Wi-Fi Display, which the Galaxy Nexus supposedly has?
 
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I though some people were saying Miracast requires TI's Wi-Fi Display, which the Galaxy Nexus supposedly has?
Same here... can someone with real knowledge comment on this.

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The galaxy nexus Is feeling it's age with this update. The butter is gone

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If it is true I won't update mine....

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