(Posts: 10407; Member since: 14 May 2012)
II know a few people that aren't going to be happy with this.... Bad move Google, bad move.
Bad move? I guess this signals an update is pending b-c there are many bugs.
And I think LTE thing is not important as this is limited and can cause Google troubles with all the licensing stuffs.
(Posts: 592; Member since: 05 Jul 2012)
An update is coming, from what I've read. Some are having problems (battery drain is one of the big ones), so a polishing update is expected. Pretty standard for the Nexus line, and (based on a forum post on XDA), it has been confirmed by a Google rep.
No idea on whether it would remove LTE. I'd guess that it's possible, and not a big deal either way. The cat's out of the bag, and custom ROMs will be able to add it back. Even then, just about every site I've seen has said that the Nexus 4's LTE is pretty bad. It kills the battery ridiculously quickly and is slow compared with other devices (because the antenna and amplifier weren't really put into the device with LTE in mind, and they just happen to work).
(Posts: 5993; Member since: 22 Dec 2010)
If AT&T wasn't happy with the prospect of unwashed masses of Nexus 4 users polluting its pristine LTE pipelines, that could have impacted the decision to pull the factory image as well.
Personally, I suspect the FCC angle is the motivating factor. No certification of the LTE radio means an un-authorized device. FCC takes a very dim view of un-authorized devices.
(Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
It will not matter as there will still be a way around it.
(Posts: 27; Member since: 05 Jun 2012)
Or perhaps it has nothing to do with LTE and is actually because people are going crazy over the lack of OTG support and they're doing something to fix it. :O
(Posts: 1562; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)
They should recall the entire 4.2 update, what a waste. What they did to the camera and lock screen, simply, sinful.