Android 4.0.4 update hits Verizon owners of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Android 4.0.4 update hits Verizon owners of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Five month ago, Verizon released the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It is Verizon's first (and still their only) Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, which came with Android 4.0.2 on-board. Though the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE will also come with ICS once it is released.

It's hard to believe that it has took this long, but it appears that the anticipated update toAndroid 4.0.4 has now started to hit Verizon customers with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, though it was rumored that it was going to start earlier this week. The official Build Number is IMM76K and should be available for over-the-air update on your Galaxy Nexus starting today.  But often times updates are rolling, which means it may not hit every phone at once. If you are looking to update the device manually, or happen to be rooted, you can check this Droid-Life link for instructions.

Let us know in the comment section if you get the Android 4.0.4 update on your Galaxy Nexus - and what changes you notice on the device.

source: Droid-Life and AndroidCommunity



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