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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Flavoristic, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. Flavoristic

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    Hello fellow,

    I need someone to help me manually update my G-nexus to 4.0.3 or 4.0.2 since my current carrier doesn't push updates. My G-nexus name is "yakjuux" from Bell carrier.

    thanks :)
     

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  2. alostpacket

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    Hi Flavoristic, I moved your post to its own thread to hopefully get you the best chance for some good replies :)
     
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    Huh bell doesnt push updates?
     
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    I'm pretty sure that when you buy a Nexus, you should get updates directly from Google, that's one of Nexus's selling point, at least for me

    But sometimes these OTA updates gets rolled out little by little, meaning some will get it first, others will get it after some time

    Here's a few tips:
    1. Check for updates manually from Settings > About > System Updates
    2. Make sure you're not using ClockWorkMod recovery

    PS: If you somehow modify system data's, updates will also fail, IE:Costum ROMs (I think)
     
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    ICS 4.0.3 isn't officially rolled out yet, if you want you can flash your Nexus with an unofficial 4.0.3 version, use Google to search

    And your carrier isn't the ones supposed to push out OTA updates,
    From my experience, all Nexus devices updates are controlled by Google
     
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    I believe all non yakju phones are supported by Samsung, and only yakju is supported directly by google. This is why I flashed my yakjuux to yakju, BUT google has stopped rolling out 4.0.2 for yakju.. I'm still at 4.0.1
     
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    How do i find out who does my updates and how do i change if neccesary

    Thanks
     
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