Anyone waiting for 4.0.3?

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  1. martytoo

    martytoo Member

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    I am wondering when this is going to go to a live update. It doesn't seem worth rooting if I will have to redo my home screens etc. after 4.0.3 is available. It will be interesting to see if 4.0.3 un-roots the phone, too.
     
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    If you root, it's available now :)

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    Really? What did it include?
     
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    I wouldnt say I'm waiting for the update necessarily, but I'm waiting to root. Normally I root a phone as soon as I get it. But with the nexus and ICS being so new, I kind of want to give stock a try for a bit and just see how it is. I feel like I'll have a better feel for the improvements when I actually do root it and start modding.
     
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    i just flashed it. Very fast but i dont like not being able to get my menu and search permanent soft buttons.
     
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    How's the battery? Did they make any improvements there?
     
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    coudnt tell ya dude. i literally flashed the rom, found out i couldnt get my buttons, that recovered back. but as we speak im flashing again because i want to give it another chance if the battery is better or maybe the signal got better.
     
  8. martytoo

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    What do you mean about the soft buttons being different? Is there a url link that leads to a detailed explanation?
     
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    +1 ^^^

    Is the 4.0.3 an update.zip type update or are you suggesting to flash a ROM that is based off 4.0.3

    Link to the 4.0.3 please.
     
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    you have to wipe data, cache, dalvik when when applying zip from CWM. you dont need a rom based off 4.0.3, but it does need to be deodexed, and the stock(atleats the only good loking one i found) isnt. i have been using Android Revolution. People also have been prasing MoDaCo but but signal was really bad with his.

    15 Dec Ir6 / pre-Ir7: MCR (new: XWKK9, Facebook contact sync, MCK r5 + more) - Android @ MoDaCo
    [UPDATED] 4.0.3 V4 [w/Gapps + Wallet] - RootzWiki
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/galaxy-nexus-roms/188278-rom-android-revolution-hd-lte.html
     
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    Looks like a ROM since the update is available to developers...