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How to upgrade Sprint Galaxy Nexus L700 to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean


Wednesday 01st of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
If you are enjoying your Samsung Galaxy Nexus SPH-L700 and feel like it’s the best Android phone for you, then coming to this website to find ways to make your phone even faster and hipper is one of the wisest decisions you ever made.The Sprint Galaxy Nexus SPH-L700 is already a very mighty phone and owning one is quite a privilege. But, when you want to do more with your phone, given that it’s an Android device, installing custom ROMs is definitely one thing you shouldn’t overlook.The international version of the Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250) has already received an official Jelly Bean update and Sprint Galaxy Nexus owners are still waiting to have their devices sprinkled with the Jelly Bean goodness.Waiting is kind of tiresome, especially when you feel so left out and other Android devices are getting their Jelly Bean updates. Throw all those insecurities away, for Team EOS has answered your silent plea in the form of a custom ROM.The EOS 3 custom ROM is in the nightlies stage, so there may be a few bugs and issues. Just keep on checking the official development page to
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How do I reset my alarm clock on my phone


Tuesday 01st of January 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I hit my clock which is on my main page of my phone. Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4.1.1 - It is already set for Weds 8:30 am - which was this morning. When I click on the little alarm which is right there expecting a "reset to another time type of thing all it says is: A alarm in silent mode. B alarm volume. C Snooze duration. D Auto - silence. E Volume buttons F Set default ringtone. ???? . when I go to the alarm at the top of the page and swipe my finger down it reveals the Settings icon. when I click this it gives me another full set of stuff that has nothing to do with resetting the time of the alarm. Date and time under settings has nothing to do with it. I am dying over here! Anyone?
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How to contact google about missing features on nexus phone?


Thursday 10th of January 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
What contact does one use to e-mail google about missing features on galaxy nexus? eg: not able to receive selected messages/calls,etc. when phone in silent mode. Even though they have the alarm clock function able to do this. Thank you.
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4.1 jelly bean - I have to set the phone to silent twice to make it "stick". How can I do it after once set?


Wednesday 12th of September 2012 / android.stackexchange.com
I have a VZW Galaxy Nexus running bugless beast 4.1 and when I hold the power button and select silent mode, the phone immediately switches back to normal mode. Then if I do it again, it will go into silent mode.I was using the Shush app and thought that was messing with it so I uninstalled Shush and it still takes two tries to make the phone be silent.This is relatively new behavior that used to work before. How can I isolate what is causing this problem?
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notifications - Full Battery Notifcation, Galaxy Nexus running 4.2.2


Thursday 04th of April 2013 / android.stackexchange.com
I have a Galaxy Nexus which recently updated to 4.2., and I noticed this occasional beeping when it was plugged into the charger. The only thing i can think of is a full battery notification. How do I turn it off, other than turning my phone on silent, which isn't an option for me
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All of this has happened before, and all of it will happen again


Sunday 06th of November 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
At the risk of adding to all the metadiscussion noise... I'm surprised to see how many people think there is something strange or nefarious going on with Verizon's launch plans for the Galaxy Nexus. I just wanted to offer a tiny bit of perspective, for what it's worth. Disclaimer: I have absolutely NO inside knowledge, just some anecdotal experience and some opinions. During the summer of 2010 I was in the throes of a major obsession with the Samsung Fascinate. (Sounds silly now, but at the time the Galaxy S was about the hottest thing around.) For about two months, I followed every leak and rumor connected with the Fascinate and visited all of the relevant forums multiple times per day looking for any scrap of information about when the phone would be available. And it was all *exactly* like what we're going through now for the Galaxy Nexus. I remember people wondering why the Fascinate had been "delayed" (even though no date had been announced). People wondered why Verizon was being so silent about its release plans, and some speculated that they had secretly decided to c
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Email Alert Problem


Sunday 11th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
Just picked up a Galaxy Nexus (my first Android...not counting the unfortunate accident I had with a Note 2 last week) and have set it up with Jellybean 4.1.2 Yakju. (I've also installed the 4.2 apk for the new clock, in case that matters.)Problem: I'm using two email client apps. EMAIL for my work (Exchange) account, and GMAIL for my personal Gmail account. I went into each app and set it so that notification sounds are set to silent, and no vibrate. When I receive an email from Gmail, it shows up in the notification bar without making a sound. That's just how I want it.When I receive an email from my work account, it shows up in the notification bar but it also sounds an alert. Not what I want; I want it to be silent!Interesting notes: 1) If I completely turn off notification for EMAIL, then when I receive an email, it will not show anything in the notification bar...but the alert sound will still occur!2) If I change the EMAIL notification from silent to some other ringtone, when I receive an email, I will hear that newly selected ringtone...AND then I'll also hear the same ringto
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Google announces unlocked Samsung Galaxy S 4 with stock Android coming June 26 for $649


Wednesday 15th of May 2013 / talkandroid.com
We told you last night about the possibility of this happening, and today at the I/O keynote, Google made it official that they will be releasing an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S 4 running stock Android.  The LTE compatible, completely unlocked phone will come with an unlocked bootloader and will work on AT&T and T-Mobile. Storage will be 16GB and the device will arrive on June 26 for $649.  The crowd at I/O went silent, with a few boos audible when they heard about the high price tag.This is the first non-Nexus device to get this kind of Google treatment. It’s a little surprising Samsung is on board with this, considering how much they market their TouchWiz UI’s additions to the Android experience.A huge advantage of owning this device will be system updates that will arrive as promptly as they do for the Nexus. Instead of waiting for the carrier and manufacturer to customize and approve the new software, owners of this “Google Edition” device will receive updates very soon after Google releases them. With an unlocked bootloader, this device will be re
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★☆★ The Official "I got my Galaxy Nexus" Thread ★☆★ - Page 26


Friday 16th of December 2011 / droidforums.net
Anyone know how I can turn on vibrate? The ringer volume seems to go directly to silent/without a vibrate option.
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Why Verizon has delayed the JellyBean 4.1 ota on the vzw Galaxy Nexus


Tuesday 11th of September 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
I recently wrote an email to verizon about the lack of communication over all update delays and the terrible practices of remaining silent not even letting people know if they were working on them or if their was a delay do to unforeseen problems, and how any information is nice, because customers like to be kept in the loop. Particularly this was written about the Galaxy Nexus updates. Within twelve hours I received an email back from a Verizon rep about the lack of an update even though Verizon is the last carrier in the U.S. to not update the phone. This is an email I received from a rep and when he goes into details about the information of the device on their network, it gets sloppily edited somewhere and deleted. Also posted screen shots for verification. This was the email, Hello , Thank you for contacting Verizon Wireless! I hope your day is going well! My name is Yosef, I appreciate you allowing me to provide insight into the Jelly Bean update delay.It is truly a pleasure to be assisting such a long time customer. As an owner of the Galaxy Nexus device, I understand the devi
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