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Thread: Android 4.1/Jelly Bean ROM Already Available for Verizon and GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus

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    Android 4.1/Jelly Bean ROM Already Available for Verizon and GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus


    Apparently, it didn't take devs long to make good use of the downloaded .sdk for Android 4.1/Jelly Bean. There is already a Jelly Bean ROM available for both the Verizon and the GSM versions of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus! And, these things are 100% stable and practically bug-free!

    Here are some instructions for getting setup quickly with these:

    GSM Version-
    • Download the ROM
    • Do a full wipe
    • Flash the ROM via Clockwork Mod Recovery
    • You can flash a root fix and updated radio via CWM
    • You're done!

    Verizon version- (LTE may stop working with this)
    • Download the ROM
    • Do a full wipe
    • Flash the ROM
    • Flash SuperSU.
    • You're done!

    Thanks to all of our tipsters for sending this one in!

    Here are some source links below to download them:

    Source: XDA (GSM Version) and RootzWiki (Verizon Version)
    Last edited by dgstorm; 06-28-2012 at 08:45 AM.
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    Having a dev phone? Ahhhh feels good man!
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    This is seriously awesome! I so wish I could be a developer. I tried programming, even in its simplest forms and just couldn't get the hang of it.
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    Anyone confirm that the LTE does work with the Verizon version? I'd love to get my hands on this but I can't go without 4G service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowdyguy124 View Post
    Anyone confirm that the LTE does work with the Verizon version? I'd love to get my hands on this but I can't go without 4G service.
    yeah, I loaded it up this morning. No bugs. Smooth as silk, and fast as hell!!!!






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    here is a screenshot of jelly bean with a few tweaks from me

    way better than ice cream in my opinion

    verizon galaxy nexus 4.1
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    Wow... This is NICE.

    I mean, REALLY. NICE.
    Last edited by Dusty; 06-28-2012 at 12:18 PM.
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    Just to clarify, its not an SDK ROM, a GSM Nexus user dropped a nandroid to devs.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
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    Don't even have ICS yet and y'all are teasing us normal users with jellybean. This isn't fair.


    But it's good to see that Jellybean's not all fluff and is actually a marked improvement. If a Motorola Nexus phone ever gets released on Verizon, I'll likely be all over that and the awesome that's Jellybean.
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