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By nioby10, Junior Member on 29th April 2012, 06:10 AM
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30th April 2012, 03:50 PM |#61  
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Android is an Open Source OS. Meaning: Samsung can use it for their phone. Samsung is the one that is installing Android on your phone and then distributing it to AT&T to distribute to the end user.

Google does an excellent job with their updates and managing their own stuff, maybe even better than Apple. That would be the Nexus line of devices. Which is completely managed by Google. Not a manufacturer or a carrier.

So you'll never compare iOS to Android, unless you compare the iPhone 4 to the Galaxy Nexus. If you compare the iPhone to your Skyrocket you're comparing AT&T/Samsung's service to Apple's service.

I know. Its just frustrating getting late updates. I love android would never use anything else. I just wish it was more "consistent"

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30th April 2012, 04:01 PM |#62  
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My Galaxy Nexus comes in today. Today I will have 4.0.4. The day 4.0.5 comes out I'll have it. The SR has slightly better hardware, but the hastle of AT&T crapware and AT&T/Samsung OS delivery times. Worth it.
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My Galaxy Nexus comes in today. Today I will have 4.0.4. The day 4.0.5 comes out I'll have it. The SR has slightly better hardware, but the hastle of AT&T crapware and AT&T/Samsung OS delivery times. Worth it.

Welcome to the galaxy nexus club. I highly suggest you run liquidrom 1.35
Its teh best. Lightweight and liquid control . Fast charge. U can theme the phone just in the settings
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TY. I'll be looking for you on the Nexus forums. When work slows down I'm going to do some themes and mods. Seems every time I get ramped up to do one I get confronted with a large project at work. I'm hoping I have some down time before this ~4500 hour project hits.
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My Galaxy Nexus comes in today. Today I will have 4.0.4. The day 4.0.5 comes out I'll have it. The SR has slightly better hardware, but the hastle of AT&T crapware and AT&T/Samsung OS delivery times. Worth it.

trying to sell my SR for $400 on craigslist. no one budging just people trying to low ball me. ahhh i want the nexus so bad
1st May 2012, 12:42 AM |#66  
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Please remember to always be respectful and kind to others on the forum. Thank you!
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If you want to talk about the official ICS update, please move on over to this thread. Thanks guys and sorry for the hassle!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=25497274
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