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4.0.1 to 4.0.2

This is a discussion on 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 within the Galaxy Nexus OS forums, part of the Galaxy Nexus Forum category; Originally Posted by Liquidsnakes sweet i was able to manually update the GSM to 4.0.2 without problems =) @Liquidsnakes - great to hear! That said, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquidsnakes View Post
    sweet i was able to manually update the GSM to 4.0.2 without problems =)
    @Liquidsnakes - great to hear! That said, the Google site I found was for complete reflashing of the bootloader, radio and system partitions, and wiping the user partition in the process. ( Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Google Support for Nexus Phones and Flagship Devices - Google Code basically here, and looked inside the supplied script, and that's essentially what it does)

    I really don't want to do a complete wipe and factory image restore, I just want to simulate the OTA upgrade from 4.0.1 to 4.0.2 or .3 (I'm on a GSM version so I think it is just .2)

    Did you completely wipe to achieve this? If not, which download and instructions did you use to retain your user partition??

    Cheers
    Colin

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    I'm also very interested in this as I have a GSM version that is stuck on 4.0.1 as well. I've done the check-in multiple times but it keeps saying the phone is up to date. I manually updated my Nexus One several times but I want to make sure I don't make any mistakes with the Galaxy Nexus.

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    I found a thread elsewhere that described a method of doing this - essentially it was just running the normal factory reflash script manually and removing the -w (wipe) option from the last command. Apparently this had been successful for the thread poster.

    Unfortunately, the thread hadn't been updated, and I stupidly didn't read through the entire thread - and so only after following the instructions noticed a small note in the very last post, three pages later, that this process doesn't work and screws your phone! So I ended up having to wipe it anyway.

    Once I had installed 4.0.2 I then realised that the radio for my provider (Voda Australia) wasn't stock, so I had to source that separately so that I could still use the 850MHz network here. So now running hybrid, which I'm a little uncomfortable with. Also, I've no idea whether this will screw up the next OTA.... hmmm

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    Got the phone updated to .2 tonight. Unfortunately I had to erase everything on the phone to do it...oh well. Thanks for the help, Lexter...appreciate it.

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    did it wipe from an OTA update?

    I had an OTA (8.8mb) , but stuck on reboot at recovery icon

    I'm thinking to reflash from recovery.

 

 
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