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How to Root Galaxy Nexus I9250 on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS


Friday 28th of December 2012 / android.gs
If you have updated your Samsung Galaxy Nexus I9250 to latest and official Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, then maybe you will want to re-root the same (or just root if your phone hasn’t been rooted until now). So, in order to help you out with this, during the present guide we will be checking in how to easily root the Galaxy Nexus on Android 4.2, by using a step by step procedure designed especially for your device. You have all the details explained below, so let’s get started.But first we need to clear some aspects out. The most relevant thing is related to the actual root procedure as most of the users are making it without knowing the consequences. The root operation comes with many advantages for your Google Nexus I9250 as the internal system will be unchained. This means that all the factory restrictions will be removed, so that you can obtain more control over your smartphone and over its Android based system. In this way you can power up the performances, improve the battery life, customize the looks and so on.That’s why only by rooting you can apply other complex procedur
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How to Root Galaxy Nexus Using CASUAL one-click method


Tuesday 08th of May 2012 / android.gs
CASUAL, or Cross platform ADB Scripting, Universal Android Loader, is an one-click rooting and recovery software that can be used to gain root access to your Galaxy Nexus device sub system and, then you can easily install custom ROMs to benefit from improved ICS perfomances.Make sure to read all the info listed in this post and do not attempt to apply any changes if you don’t know what you’re doing. Ask for help by posting in the comments section. Also, if you’re looking for a different  rooting guide, then you should try to use the instructions listed in this Gnex universal root tutorial guide. That’s an older but accurate method to root the Gnex, while this one-click root method is easier to apply.This software has been created by AdamOutler, an XDA Elite Recognized Developer that has managed to create an one-click rooting method that can be applied with Windows, Mac or Linux. It can be used on CDMA and GSM model numbers and after the rooting is complete, CASUAL will add the CWM Recovery without the need of unlocking Galaxy Nexus bootloader nor wiping the d
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How to use your nexus 7 as a cell phone in Canada via WiFi?


Sunday 31st of March 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi. I am using talk atone app to send calls but in Canada it doesn't receive calls. How do you go about doing that? Also Text messages too? Thanks
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How to Update Galaxy Nexus to ICS AOKP build 40


Friday 13th of July 2012 / android.gs
After I have showed you how to update the HTC Droid Incredible 2 with the latest ICS based AOKP custom ROM firmware, now I will teach you how to do the same for the Galaxy Nexus handset. The built 40 is the latest software coming from AOKP, the ROM bringing many bug fixes and features in order to provide an improved Android 4.0 experience. As usual the first to test the firmware were those of xda-developers, so we have them to thanks for this method. Now, let’s see what you need to do for safely install the AOKP update on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus.There are many updates available for the Galaxy Nexus, from custom ROMs, beta and unofficial firmware to official upgrades provided by Samsung, so take your time and check all of them before deciding in applying something on your Android based smartphone. Always try to find all that you can about a new firmware, from features, bug fixes to reported issues and try to choose the one that suits your expectations. So, for how to guides that can be applied on the Galaxy Nexus, search through our previous posts, or click here.This version of th
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How to Update Galaxy Nexus with IMM76I Firmware that Fixes the Signal Issues


Friday 04th of May 2012 / android.gs
There a couple of smartphone manufactures out there that try to keep updates rolling for their devices, but none have been as successful as Google in this matter. The standard to beat right now for the quickness on updates is the Galaxy Nexus, which always receives lightning speed OTA updates thanks to its stats as latest and greatest Google Android smartphone. Just a couple of weeks after the last update, Google has begun seeding the Android 4.0.4 IMM76I firmware update, that should finally bring a stop to all of you signal issue problems. The update also bring some much needed performance improvements, an increased stability and the aforementioned Wi Fi and HSPA signal issue fixes.As an OTA update, this particular IMM76I firmware should reach your GSM version of the Galaxy Nexus in the very near future, but as the rolling out process is usually done in steps you might want to apply the update as soon as possible. The update is only 708 KB in size, so you should be able to download it even on your 3G connection. There are a couple of way you can apply this update, so the purpose of
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How to Eject Galaxy Nexus on Windows 7


Sunday 18th of December 2011 / forums.androidcentral.com
How am I supposed to safely eject the Galaxy Nexus after I've hooked it up via USB to my computer which is running Windows 7. When I right click on the Galaxy Nexus icon in "My Computer", it does not give me the option to eject the device nor does the "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media" icon show the Galaxy Nexus as a hard drive that I can choose to eject. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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how to use galaxy y as modem


Sunday 06th of May 2012 / androidforums.com
please tell me how can i use my galaxy y as modem
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How to unlock Galaxy Nexus


Saturday 19th of November 2011 / androidforums.com
Hi, I have a Galaxy Nexus locked, just bought from O2 UK, do you think where could I have it unlocked? I need it asap. O2 SIM is useless for me.
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How to for Galaxy Nexus?


Thursday 19th of December 2013 / androidforums.com
We have stock Android 4.3 running on my wife's gsm Galaxy Nexus on Straight Talk and my (recently acquiured) Sprint Galaxy Nexus on RingPlus. I have a couple of questions:There is a widget that turns WiFi on and off, adjust screen intensity, etc. What does the circular icon in the center do?I know many custom ROMs allow you to set the number of home screens and maybe select which screen is selected when the Home button is pushed. Is there a feature like this in Android 4.3?Now I have a tough one. My RingPlus plan is free, but once you go over the very small data allowance it is charged by the MB. Therefore, I want to keep mobile data disabled except when needed. I also have the paid app Juice Defender Ultimate which is supposed to save battery power. Had anyone figured out how to conserve battery power with this app and at the same time only allow mobile data to be enabled when actually needed?Update: I figured out the center icon. It's the gps satellite. The trick was searching on the proper name of this widget ie, power control.
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How to update Galaxy Nexus from 4.0.2 to 4.2


Sunday 12th of January 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello, I had a Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.2.1 and it broke. My insurance replaced it, so I have a new Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.0.2. The new phone doesn't show that any system updates are available. (Well, I think it updated from 4.0.0 to 4.0.2 as soon as I turned it on, but nothing since then.) How do I update it to 4.2? Sorry if I'm not giving enough information; I'm new and I'm not sure what's relevant. Thanks in advance!
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