That didn’t take long. After the international model of the Galaxy Nexus began receiving its over-the-air update to Android 4.1.2 a few days ago, now those that purchased the device in the Google Play Store can get in on some of the fun as well.
We’ve received quite a few Phantips, alerting us that the OTA update is now live, so if you haven’t yet been prompted, jump into your Settings app and pull it manually. If it’s still not there, you can either sit tight, or manually download the update (but only if you’re running JRO03, and you know exactly what you’re doing). The update can be grabbed via Google’s server here.
As for the rest of us, we’ll just be hanging out, wishing we knew what it was like to have the absolute latest version of Jelly Bean. (Sigh).
Thanks, ToxMarz, Flyingsolow, Forrest, and Justin!
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TAGS: Android 4.1, Galaxy Nexus, Google Play, Jelly Bean, Nexus