Yesterday, we mentioned that Google has confirmed to ABC News that the Galaxy Nexus will once again resume sales next week. We also added, based on the report, that the device will be updated to Android 4.1 a.k.a. Jelly Bean and that its quick search option will be simplified as well. Well, it looks like Google has just initiated the update via OTA. One guy over at XDA forums claims that he just received a notification this morning to update his Galaxy Nexus from Verizon.
And as you can see above, it is an OTA software update with the build number IMM76Q. Some folks over at XDA are speculating that the tad update, just around 945kb, could be the search bar fix that we’ve been hearing about. Meanwhile, Droid-Life is saying that the exact phone pictured above is most likely a test device and that the guy who received the update was actually a tester. So, if you happen to own a Galaxy Nexus from Verizon, you might want to be on the lookout for this.
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