Android 4.1.1 now getting pushed to HSPA+ Samsung GALAXY Nexus

Android 4.1.1 now getting pushed to HSPA+ Samsung GALAXY Nexus
The Samsung GALAXY Nexus is getting Android 4.1.1 Tuesday and Wednesday. Hurray! Uh, not so fast. The update is for those units of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus that run on HSPA+ which means the international model and the one being sold in the Google Play Store. Verizon's LTE version? Not quite yet. The update brings the Samsung GALAXY Nexus to Jelly Bean, Android 4.1.1 and software build JRO03C. This is the same exact build being sent out to those lucky Google I/O members who came back from the convention with a Google Nexus 7 tablet.

Those with the HSPA+ version of the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and have updated the OS say that local search remains on the phone thanks to the Federal Appeals Courts stay of Judge Koh's injunction. What does disappear with the 4.1.1 update is compatibility with the Adobe Flash Player. According to Google, those with the CDMA/LTE version of the phone shouldn't feel too jealous as Google says they are next on the list to receive the update along with users of the Google Nexus S and the Motorola XOOM tablet.

source: Google+ via AndroidCentral

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