I'm sick of writing about Ice Cream Sandwich/Android 4.0 and not rocking it on my Samsung Galaxy S II, boo. Boo! Well, Android 4.0.4 has found its way onto the tubes this week, first hitting Sprint's Nexus S 4G, and now has hit the CDMA/LTE-powered Galaxy Nexus from Verizon.
Obviously this isn't available over-the-air (OTA), but it's available to those who have unlocked their bootloader. The ROM is said to be very fast, with speed gains also reaching the web browser, and the device's boot times, too.
The release includes a new radio file that offers more seamless transitions between the CDMA and LTE networks. Most of the other baked-in changes are relatively minor, so this is only for those of you who want to live on the edge. If you too, want to live on the edge, check it out here.
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