This week, Google released a factory version 4.0.4 (IMM76K) restore image for the Verizon Wireless variant of the Galaxy Nexus. This image is useful for those of you that may need to return your phones for warranty replacement or just simply want to get back to the latest stock ICS release. Factory images are also handy things to keep around for those who flash alternative ROMs. Google already merged 4.0.4 into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository quite a while back, with much of the custom ROM community making use of the updated code for their ICS based ROMs. http://goo.gl/APAza
Thursday morning, Samsung responded to the attempt by Apple to ban import sales of the Galaxy S III into the United States. Thanks to Mikey Lewis, read more at rootzwiki.com http://goo.gl/QveHV
Verizon has been hard at work expanding their LTE Network. On Thursday, June 21, a new slate of cities will have 4G LTE service turned on or expanded. Verizon's current 4G LTE Network covers 258 markets and, by the end of 2012, should cover 400 markets across 49 states. http://goo.gl/4AkXc
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