ICS source code for LTE?

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  1. CJM

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    I went digging around the AOSP page and found this,

    http://source.android.com/source/building-devices.html

    I'm sure the LTE version will eventually get some support, but it doesn't sound like the phone I thought it was going to be.

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    My guess is the LTE source code will drop once it hits Verizon. If not, I imagine a system dump would get it for the devs.

    On another note, I like how the bootloader version for the GN is PRIMEKJ10
     
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    Yeah, I'm sure it will become available too. I just assumed/expected the Verizon GNex would be like all the other Nexus' and we would be able to bring it home and start playing with it right away. I just found it odd the it says, "GSM/HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus is currently the recommended device to use with the Android Open-Source Project." But I guess "recommended" doesn't mean "only".
     
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    Indeed. My guess is that since the GSM/HSPA+ model is going to see a much larger customer base (i.e. practically the whole world except for Verizon/Sprint/Virgin) and is the 'default' model for building ICS, that's what they recommend devs get and use.
     
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