Android 4.0.4 Update for Verizon Galaxy Nexus Imminent
Verizon Wireless has posted documentation to the support site for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus detailing the Android 4.0.4 system update. These documents generally appear just prior to the update's availability. According to the documentation, the update brings with it a significant number of bug fixes and feature enhancements. Some of them include fixes to a text messaging bug, better Wi-Fi responsiveness, improved call audio, and fewer display freezes and device crashes. The update will also improve the performance of the camera. Verizon hasn't said when it will distribute the system update.
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and still not give us the option of uninstalling it.