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JB 4.1.1 now hitting N7s OTA

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Default JB 4.1.1 now hitting N7s OTA

Just saw this. Anyone rec'd the update yet?

http://www.engadget.com/2012/07/10/n...-4-1-1-update/
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I wonder how long until the CDMA version gets it. It seems the CDMA GNex is the bastard child, and doesn't get the same attention.

You GSM GN owners can get the nice pogo pin dock off the Play store for $55. Us CDMA GN owners gotta go directly to Samsung and pay $90 for basically the same thing.

That's one of the major reasons I'd love to go get an SIII right now. All of the accessories work with all of the carrier's versions. Making the GN different was a mistake.
 
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I wonder how long until the CDMA version gets it. It seems the CDMA GNex is the bastard child, and doesn't get the same attention.

You GSM GN owners can get the nice pogo pin dock off the Play store for $55. Us CDMA GN owners gotta go directly to Samsung and pay $90 for basically the same thing.

That's one of the major reasons I'd love to go get an SIII right now. All of the accessories work with all of the carrier's versions. Making the GN different was a mistake.
Ya the cdma versions aren't really true Nexus devices
 
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Want my cdma jb update. 4.04 made my gn laggy.

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Here is the update

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9#post28577629
 
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Ya the cdma versions aren't really true Nexus devices
you can thank Verizon for that.

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If I take this OTA out of the box, will it prevent me from unlocking the bootloader and rooting?
 
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If I take this OTA out of the box, will it prevent me from unlocking the bootloader and rooting?
it's a nexus device, of course not since they are technically considered a developer's device, unlocking the bootloader is pretty much a standard feature.

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it's a nexus device, of course not since they are technically considered a developer's device, unlocking the bootloader is pretty much a standard feature.

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Gotcha....thanks. This will be my first Nexus device so I wasn't sure.

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