Good news for folks with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus – a new update for the phone has somehow managed to find its way online and is now available for the public to download. It brings the phone up to version Android 4.0.4 and includes a whole bunch of fixes and improvements. According to the unofficial changelog, the update makes the phone noticeably faster, fixes the battery stats bug, improved radios for better 3G/4G switching, improved signal strength, new Power Menu, faster boot up time, auto-brightness functionality changed, multi-touch issue resolved, increased volume, keyboard fixes and a lot more. Looks like an update that everyone ought to get on their Galaxy Nexus ASAP. Head over to the XDA-Developers forum for download links and more details.
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