Originally Posted by Big ZD
Interesting, considering many suggest to do so in order to get updates sooner. I'll stick with you oldblue!
Sent from my Verizon Galaxy Nexus
Yeah, Google Services Framework is a very important system service. Myself and a few other people always shout this from the rooftops whenever there's an OTA but those threads move so fast, the warnings get lost in the ether.
Basically when you do that, your system has to request a brand new unique device ID from Google, which means that all your apps which use push notifications (like Facebook, Twitter, Foursqure, Google+, etc.) will all stop working until you clear data on each app individually and set it up again. Some people also report that clearing the Google Services Framework can break the Play Store as well. Probably a good idea to just download the OTA file and flash it manually via ADB in stock recovery, or just be patient and wait a day or two until you get the OTA notification.
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