Some Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners begin receiving Android 4.0.4 updateAlex Wagner - Senior News Editor
Earlier this week, Verizon finally made the IMM76K update for its Galaxy Nexus official, much to the delight of the phone's owners that haven't gotten an update since December. The only information pertaining to IMM76K's rollout that Verizon has provided so far is that the update is "coming soon," but it appears that some Galaxy Nexus owners have begun receiving it. So far the reports from Galaxy Nexus owners that've installed the update have been somewhat sporadic, suggesting that the update is rolling out in small batches.
This new IMM76K update bumps the Verizon Galaxy Nexus up to Android 4.0.4 and also includes a handful of bug fixes, including ones that'll allow for the completion of calls without choppy audio and the ability to shoot off a text message without running into connectivity issues. Sounds like a good update to me. We'll be sure to update you when we hear more from Verizon on the Galaxy Nexus's IMM76K rollout, but until then, you GalNex folk that have yet to receive it can go into Settings > About phone > System updates to check for it manually. The full changelog for the update is available below.
Email, Messaging & Data
- Email messages will display properly when the text size is set to large.
- When sending a multimedia message to an Outlook email address, the file extension will send, allowing the recipient to successfully open an image.
- Successfully deleted emails on the device will be deleted from the desktop as well.
- Successfully send text messages without experiencing network connectivity issues.
- When viewing a Calendar reminder or appointment, you will now be able to view the full notes associated with the appointment.
- A down arrow has been added in the Calendar application that will expand the calendar message body, allowing you to view the entire message.
- Successfully turn on Wi-Fi using the Power Control widget.
- Updates have been made to prevent the display from freezing or becoming unresponsive.
- Complete calls without experiencing choppy audio, clicking noises and one-way audio noises.
- Successfully access Voicemail and other automated systems without error.