how to upgrade 4.0.1 to 4.0.3?Support

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  1. Itzhaki

    Itzhaki New Member

    Is it possible with Nexus 19250 to upgrade 4.0.1 to 4.0.3

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  2. kylecummins

    kylecummins Well-Known Member

    when the OTA update comes.
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  3. snapcase

    snapcase Well-Known Member

    Otherwise you'd have to root and load a ROM based on 4.0.3.
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  4. Mr. Poppalopolis

    Mr. Poppalopolis Well-Known Member

    Is it still on 4.0.1 OTA? I could've sworn I had 4.0.2 when I got the phone.
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  5. kylecummins

    kylecummins Well-Known Member

    Im still .0.1 even though i had anupdate out of the box.
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  6. tdub88

    tdub88 Well-Known Member

    I'm at 4.0.2. Got it 2 days after release. Updated almost immediately.
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  7. SolidOrange

    SolidOrange Well-Known Member

    i9250 (GSM) is still officially on 4.0.1, i515 (CDMA) is on 4.0.2. The only way to get 4.0.3 on either is to root and rom. :cool:
  8. Wolfedude88

    Wolfedude88 Well-Known Member

    Not necessarily true, Many GSM users have received the 4.0.2 update, then we thought it was put on hold.

    But about two hours ago, I received an update, and sure enough my GSM Nexus is now on 4.0.2
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  9. Mr. Poppalopolis

    Mr. Poppalopolis Well-Known Member

    It's funny how everyone was freaking out expecting Verizon to delay all the updates by a month, and the CDMA phone is actually ahead on OTA updates.
  10. RobDickson

    RobDickson Well-Known Member

    I checked manually for updates when I got the phone last month and was told I had the latest version. In my ignorance, I assumed this was 4.0.3, but must have been wrong. I got told this morning that an update is available from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2.

    Not knowing how long the update will take, I'll put off updating until I've got more time.
  11. balders

    balders Well-Known Member

    Its about 8mb.
  12. RobDickson

    RobDickson Well-Known Member

    Thanks. Having not updated many Android devices before, I don't know how long an 8MB update is likely to take to install. Wolfedude88's post gives the impression it didn't take long.

    I'm getting fed-up with my phone reminding me already. I would have thought that clicking on "later" would stop the phone reminding me for at least a few hours.
  13. load97

    load97 Well-Known Member

    I want my 4.0.3 update LOL. Hopefully it fixes some of the odd music syncing issues.
  14. theartfullodger

    theartfullodger Well-Known Member

    Got notification of 4.02 first thing this AM..

    Updated, (quite quick, couple of minutes..) seems OK except it couldnae work with my home WiFi until I re-booted the router.

    Anyone know (or can point to where differences are described..) what the changes are in 4.02 and/or 4.03 please???


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    RobDickson Well-Known Member

  16. amicus

    amicus Member

    Just got an upgrade to 4.0.2 on my hspa nexus
  17. Sango

    Sango Member

    Google initially had the OTA out in 4.0.2 last month but they pulled it but they recently started rolling out again.

    If your firmware is not the factory google image (yakju) you may not be able to get the OTA. I was intiailly on yakjuux which was the Samsung build and I decided to flash it with the google factory official images using fastboot and changed it to yakju.

    As for 4.0.3, no factory image is available as of yet from Google.

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