Android 4.2 update for Sprint Galaxy Nexus now live
If you’ve got a Sprint Galaxy Nexus, then listen up. Google is now hosting the Android 4.2 update (JOP40D) on their servers, and it’s ready to be downloaded. The update won’t be coming through OTA, but you can snag it from Google and install it yourself. The update weights in at 100MB, and is available for download using this link. Remember, this one comes straight from Google.
Be sure to hit up the source link below for the XDA forum for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus, so as to get further instructions (if needed) on flashing the ROM, and let us know how it goes in the comments.
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