Early this month an update file for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus was discovered on Google’s servers that upgraded the device to Android 4.0.4 (build IMM76K). Google quickly pulled the file down so we assumed it was just a test version and not the final Verizon approved file. Now several weeks later, the update ... Read More »
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My name is Taylor Wimberly and I’m an unhappy Verizon customer. Five months ago I walked into a Verizon store, purchased two Galaxy Nexus phones, and ported my numbers over from T-Mobile. I knew there was a strong chance I might regret that decision, but I wanted to try out Google’s flagship smartphone ... Read More »
“People are f*cking idiots if they bought a Nexus for updates,” said a commenter on reddit. I’m not sure if I fully agree with that statement, but I feel like an idiot after I purchased the Verizon Galaxy Nexus on launch day and then recommended it to our audience of hardcore Android fans.
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The Google Wallet drama is far from over. Late last night Google emailed me to inform everyone that they have restored the ability to issue new prepaid cards to the Wallet. Google also issued a fix that prevents an existing prepaid card from being re-provisioned to another user.
Literally an hour after Google ... Read More »
Today’s a great day for Galaxy Nexus users on Verizon. Not only do you finally have the phone of your dreams in your hands, there’s good chance you’ve already seen an update that makes it even better.
Android 4.0.2 is rolling out for the the Verizon Galaxy Nexus in order to tackle some ... Read More »