However, Verizon has ultimately come up with the official Jellybean 4.1.1 update for Samsung Galaxy Nexus and some users got the OTA update applied on to their device. If you haven’t received applied or pushed on to our device, then you should access it manually. The update is about 146.6 MB in size and hence it takes only 4 minutes to download the software. In this article, you will come across the procedure to update manually while the installation of the software takes only 7 minutes.
This update is of the renowned platform of Google called the Jellybean Android which is JRO03O build. This update was very much awaited ion the Galaxy Nexus device and hence Samsung became bound to roll out the update. Many users of the device carried out update of Jellybean 4.1.1 unofficially because of the late release of the platform. Well, the procedure to update automatically and manually is discussed below. Check it out baby.
A message appears on the notification bar as soon as the software update is pushed into the Nexus device. And what you need to do next is, simply tap on ‘Install now’ and this will initiate the installation of the update and the device automatically turn off. Once the installation is complete, the device will reboot into the normal mode and you will be able to enjoy the benefits of Jellybean 4.1.1 on your Galaxy Nexus.
Tap and Navigate through Home>Applications> Settings> About Phone > System updates. Now, select Restart & install option, thus the device turns off and reboots automatically. Do not be dismayed as this is likely to happen twice.
Update via WiFi
The WiFi download is in fact very gripping but sometimes the sped is too low because of low coverage area. What you need to do is tap and navigate through settings> WiFi & network> tick WiFi connection. Do not make calls or receive call as this may interrupt the connection hence disconnecting it. You will come across a notification and further start the download and then start the installation by tapping the appropriate option. With this, you will have the JRO03O build firmware in your Galaxy Nexus.
If you come across any difficulty, you need to re-insert the battery and start the procedure once again and fret not, the rooting procedure is yet to come soon. So, you gotta check our updates.