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  1. Ayan07

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    Many people are saying to get the update I have to clear "Google Services Framework" data under Apps. I already cleared it on my Galaxy Nexus. Still it says my system is up to date. What's going on? BTW, Anyone know what happens when I clear "Google Services Framework" data?


    I imported my unlocked Galaxy Nexus from UAE (Saudi Arabia). I'm on 4.0.2 (Build - icl53f.i9250jpla1). Am I going to get the update?
     

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  2. blahblahyoutoo

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    find your answer in here.
    http://androidforums.com/samsung-ga...-gsm-nexus-starting-now-link.html#post4649232
     
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    Did this a few times and it worked on maybe the 7th or 8th try
     
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    What is the size of your 'Google Services Framework' data? Mine says it's 1.35MB
     
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    I don't recall what it was originally. But after I cleared it and used the market a few times it hovered at around 118kb, a pretty light number.
     
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    Same here. Took about 6 tries then it finally said jelly bean!
     
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    Yes i've just done the update

    Had to clear google services framework 3 times

    Then hey presto got the update
     
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    will this work on verizon nexus?
     
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    No, only the GSM Nexus.
     
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    maguro yakju I think
     
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    I got this from a poster Kahushal234 on another post. It worked for me.

    fist clear cache from google partner setup and google services framework. then in dial pad just type *#*#2432546#*#* ( DO NOT DIAL THIS NUMBER) and wait for 10 seconds.
    go to system update and your JB update is there .
    if not try this procces after 30 min
    this is only for YAKJU and TAKJU only.
    enjoy and have nice day
     
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