After a False Start Verizon Teases Another OTA ICS 4.0.4 update on the Galaxy Nexus

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    Last Thursday, Verizon offered the manual install download of the ICS 4.0.4 update for their version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. They teased that the OTA update would start, but that turned out to be a false start. Now, they are teasing yet again, with an update "Coming Soon" sign on their webpage. If this actually happens this time, it will bring the build to version IMM76K. Supposedly it will start rolling out today, which is what they suggested last week. For any of our users who start receiving the update, please sound off in the forums so we can all get off this merry-go-round.

    It makes you wonder why the delayed it to begin with...

    Source: Verizon
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    /yawn ...
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    Does the Sprint version run 4.0.4.? Also I think its pretty safe that Verizon will never have another nexus. Maybe not never lol.
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    I never had any of these issues, except maybe texting, but I figured out that I should either text when I have no signal, or when I have a signal, not when the device is trying to find a signal. Other than that, non of the above "issues" I have...issue with.

    This is what I would like though:

    1. Ability to select 4G only mode (as opposed to 3G/4G or 3G only)
    2. Improved reception
    3. Improved battery life
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    Nothin here in the Tar Heel State.I called VZW earlier and talked with a rep and tech @ same time and update was not found in system.:blink:
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    Add to that the multi touch issues for games.
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    Still nothing here in North Jersey....I swear I'm gonna root my shytt after this update. I feel its gonna disappoint. SMDH
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    Got my update this morning.:)
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    Me too (Illinois)
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    Must say, phone seems to be running alot nicer now. The android OS is only using 4% now instead of the 21 it was using. Battery life seems improved and so does signal strength.