Install GSM Galaxy Nexus Android 4.0.2 or wait for 4.0.3

Samsung’s newest edition that of the Galaxy Nexus running on Android’s new Ice Cream Sandwich OS, is definitely hogging the limelight and why not? Finally now released on US carrier Verizon, the handset has some impressive features to speak of. As well as Android’s OS, the Nexus packs a 4.65-inch display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, NFC, 5 megapixel rear camera and so on.

Today, pulling our attention towards the international version of the Galaxy Nexus known as the (GSM) version, a new update to Android 4.0.2 can now be accessed, something of which the Verizon model has already benefited with on launch day. According to androidcentral.com, some GSM owners have already spoken of the new update carrying the build number ICL53F, which coincidentally weighs just 8.7MB.

If you’re wondering what the new update will bring with it, news is that “important bug fixes” will be the main priority, along with the audio volume being upped in the Google Navigation turn-by-turn directions and visual improvements being seen.

With this in mind, now is the time to see whether your handset is ready to benefit from the new update, remember the update may be staggered and some of you may not receive it for a few more days. Check Settings> About phone > System updates.

Let us know if you have received the new Android 4.0.2, or are you really waiting for the new Android 4.0.3 to come that again will bring more new features?


6 thoughts on “Install GSM Galaxy Nexus Android 4.0.2 or wait for 4.0.3”

  1. Dave says:

    Let hope Vodafone UK doesn’t take the piss with the update as usual! I hope good kept to their word when they said they were going to release the updates and not the carriers. It took a lifetime for Vodafone to move their butts and get updates pushed out.

  2. myke says:

    My GSM unlocked running on AT&T updated to 4.0.1 as soon as I first turned it on but since whenever it’s restarted it says it has an update bu tit never appears.  I’m not sure if it’s having problems getting the 4.0.2 or if it’ll just take a few more days.  I hope it isn’t something that’s  a problem due to AT&T not officially having this phone on it’s network.   I wouldn’t think that’d be a problem though.

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