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Android JZO54K/4.1.2 OTA for Nexus S - I9020T/I9023/I9020A LINKS NOW AVAILABLE!

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12th October 2012, 02:34 AM   |  #1  
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It's that time again! Android 4.1.2/JZO54K is rolling out to I9020T, I9023, and I9020A devices. D720, and M200 should follow.

If anyone gets these OTAs, please pull the filename from logcat and post it here so I can update this thread and also mirror the OTA file on randomphantasmagoria.com! Links will be posted here as they come in!

WHEN CAN I EXPECT MY UPDATE
The soju (I9020T/I9023) and sojua (I9020A) updates for JZO54K are rolling out now.
to wait too much longer.

For Sprint NS4G devices, you're really at the mercy of Sprint. Google submits the OTA update to Sprint for testing and approval. That can take anywhere from 1-2 months historically, so grab a rack and settle in. You're going to be here a while.

If you have an M200 Korean Nexus S, you're probably in for a several month wait as well since the 4.1.1/JRO03E update just began rolling out today (October 15, 2012). Like the Sprint device, yours is subject to carrier approval. Google can't roll the OTA out until the carrier signs off. Historically this is always the last Nexus S device to get OTA updates.

UPDATE LINKS

soju (I9020T/I9023):
JZO54K from JRO03E
JZO54K from JRO03L

sojua (I9020A):
JZO54K from JRO03E

sojus (D720):
JZO54K from JRO03R

sojuk (M200):
JZO54K from JRO03E

SPECIAL THANKS
samcolas for soju JZO54K from JRO03E
shakalaca for soju JZO54K from JRO03L
TheManii for sojus JZO54K from JRO03R
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12th October 2012, 05:55 AM   |  #2  
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Mom: "Hey everybody! CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES!"

<<<Kids rush into kitchen>>>

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Quote:
Originally Posted by lazyn00b

Mom: "Hey everybody! CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES!"

<<<Kids rush into kitchen>>>

Mom: "They're not ready yet. Come back in an hour."

***Groans***

Oh alright, fine. I changed the thread topic for the time being!! :P
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12th October 2012, 06:16 AM   |  #4  
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The two nexus s factory images have already been posted to google developers page.
Idk if those are what you want.
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Originally Posted by robogoflow

The two nexus s factory images have already been posted to google developers page.
Idk if those are what you want.

No, I want the over-the-air update .ZIP files that will get pushed to devices.
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Where's the i9023?

Sent from my Nexus S using xda app-developers app
12th October 2012, 06:43 AM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by jorim.tielemans

Where's the i9023?

The software for i9020T is the same as the i9023.
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jorim.tielemans: I assume it will be the same one as for 9020t. Even factory image on Google dev page is common.
//ok, too slow
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So what's 4.1.2? How is it different/better from 4.1.1?
12th October 2012, 08:00 AM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by oldblue910

No, I want the over-the-air update .ZIP files that will get pushed to devices.

Guess that's the last time i'll ever help you!!!

Just playing..

I figured there was a difference and what i said probably wasn't new to you anyway. I remember you did this for the 4.1.1 thread.
Good to see someone wants to organize and backup stuff for us ns users.

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