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If someone flashes this, could you please report signal strength differences?
I'm sure a lot of us want to know.
 
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Reposting from the general thread:


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If you lose root and CWM:

Flash CWM first using fastboot: Link Here or Link Here (Touch CWM)
Then flash Superuser in CWM to gain root back: Link Here


EDIT: Details on the method

WARNING: You will lose any system mods if you had them before (Soft buttons, boot animations, etc...)! Since no one has obviously made any 4.0.4 compatible versions of those mods you will have to make do with stock till then.




 
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can anyone figure out the difference between 4.0.3 and 4.0.4 yet? since currently im running cm9, and thats on 4.0.3.. i wonder when google is going to release 4.0.4 into aosp..
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Couple of notes here:
  • You must be on 4.0.2 bootloader, radios, boot partition (kernel), and system or this will failed.
  • You can use this in both stock and CWM recovery.
  • You will lose root and will have to reroot afterwords using CWM!


---------- Post added at 07:19 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:05 PM ----------

This is now the new stock reboot menu (I kid you not, no mods!):





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I'm very excited for an updated radio!

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New feature/fix:

Rotation speed seems 25% faster (actually reasonable now)




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If someone flashes this, could you please report signal strength differences?
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I got more bars
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I'm a little confused and was wondering if someone could confirm that it's safe for me to flash this. If I restore my nandroid backup of the stock 4.0.2 rom I have, it's ok to flash this? I have not flashed a different bootloader or radios since I originally unlocked and rooted it. Restoring root and CWM I get also. I'm still a tad newbish with the Nexus so I'm sorry if this question may seem dumb.
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I'm a little confused and was wondering if someone could confirm that it's safe for me to flash this. If I restore my nandroid backup of the stock 4.0.2 rom I have, it's ok to flash this? I have not flashed a different bootloader or radios since I originally unlocked and rooted it. Restoring root and CWM I get also. I'm still a tad newbish with the Nexus so I'm sorry if this question may seem dumb.
Your safe I did that and all went well for me.

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