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Monday, April 2, 2012

Android 4.0.4 leaked for CDMA Nexus S 4G

Business owners of the GSM Nexus S were on top around the globe the other day, due to the point that an official Ice Cream Meals update had finally came returning with Os 4.0.4. But in what seems to be the new conventional, CDMA devices such as the Nexus S 4G and Verizon’s XOOM and Galaxy Nexus were gradually skipped in the cold. At least one of those has been modified, if not exactly fixed: supervisors of Samsung’s Nexus S 4G can now run a launched version of Os 4.0.4 on their ignored phones. BriefMobile created the circulation and is web coordinator the acquire.

Sorry, personalized ROM users: this one comes via Samsung’s Odin pc flashing program. To be able to set up it you are going to need to connect your Nexus S 4G to a pc with the appropriate people, begin the cellphone in Acquire Operate then screen it individually. You will fall ALL details (including anything backed up via a personalized recovery) so consider yourself advised. Those who rely on ClockworkMod or similar programs would do well to wait a day or two, until some beneficial modders release a more globally ZIP ROM or update.

There’s still no idea on when The google will produce out the Os 4.0.4 update for the Nexus S 4G, or the Verizon XOOM or Galaxy Nexus. Taken The google removed these three devices from its official support documentation in the open-source Os details, disclosing that the closed-source value necessary in the program created them invalidated. While The google assures that they will keep guide these phones and tablets, there has not been an official update since, and many consider the Nexus/developer program system somewhat stained, at least on CDMA-based techniques.


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