If you happen to own the Galaxy Nexus from Sprint, then you might be interested to hear that the Galaxy Nexus software update (IMM76D.L700FD02) might be on its way in due time. Some of the enhancements and fixes include kissing goodbye to the device being unable to connect to data services after activation, as well as the device being unable to display correct network time after activation, not to mention an update to Google Wallet. It will take around one to two days for this particular update to be pushed across to all Galaxy Nexus devices. Needless to say, you will need to remain connected to a Wi-Fi network to download this particular update if you were afflicted by this particular bug. From May 17th onwards, this software update will also be made available in all Sprint Retail Stores then. Further installation instructions can be found over at the Galaxy Nexus Software Update blog if you are interested.
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