Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GSM) Android 4.0.2 Software Update Rolled Out Via OTA

Posted In Android, Mobile - By Kent On Friday, January 13th, 2012 With 0 Comments

Oh yes, folks! A software update is currently being rolled out to our ever-loyal Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners particularly those with GSM models. We’ve been told that the said update will upgrade your smartphone’s (Galaxy nexus GSM) firmware version to Android 4.0.2. Yes, we know, it isn’t the latest Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich but you’re still blessed because there are a whole lot of users out there who are left with no choice but to be contented with Gingerbread.

Back to the topic, the update will be sent via over-the-air (OTA) and will most likely be packed with a bunch of ‘important bug fixes’. Even so, details regarding the specifics of these bug fixes weren’t told. From what we have heard, the update will also address the problem that involves the audio volume of Google Navigation. The update will weigh around 8.8MB. Thus, you will basically need to connect your handset to a stable Wi-Fi connection. As far as we can recall, Google was supposed to release the update last month. Sadly, the roll out was pulled back due to a certain reason. At least now, you can happily sleep at night without thinking about the time that you will be able to upgrade your smartphone.

Not too long ago, the world’s first ever handset to be powered by Google’s latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS has been launched. Now known as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the handset flaunts a stunning curved-glass display that goes alongside with its buttonless form factor. But that’s not all. The phone is equipped with a 4.65 inch Super AMOLED capacitive multi-touch screen that complements its 5 mega pixel rear facing camera with auto focus and LED flash that you can readily use at times that you need to take some quality shots. As for those who are looking for the Galaxy Nexus LTE version, you can get one from Verizon.

[Via Android Authority ]


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About - Kent is a tech news writer that simply adores anything that is related to tech. She is the blogger behind MyNetGadget. She loves Androids and she spends most of her free time surfing the web.