Google posted the 4.1.2 factory images for the “Yakju” Galaxy Nexus as well as the international versions of the Nexus S (i9020t and i9023). They also offered the Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 factory image for the Nexus Q.
With the Takju variant of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus received Android 4.2 last week, it’s now the Yakju’s turn. To be specific, this 4.2 update is for the international version of the Galaxy Nexus not purchased in the Play Store and you should be running build JZO54K as a prerequisite before updating.
Hi, ATM I am trying to root my phone. Since I am a newbie, I am using wugfresh's NRT v1.5.4. I am running Android ver. 4.1.1 Jellybean, and according to google maps, my device is "samsung yakjuux" and "samsung-maguro".
When I use the NRT, I get a drop down list of all the phones that it can root. I've heard that yakjuux and yakju-maguro are different.
Some hawk-eyed hackers noticed something strange this morning: the factory images for the Nexus 4 seem to have disappeared from Google’s developer site. A factory image is a file that allows you to restore your device completely to stock in case something goes wrong while hacking and tinkering with your device.
Hey want to convert my yakjuzs to yakju.. Does anyone have a detailed VIDEO tutorial on this? There are many beautifully detailed threads here on xda, but a video would be much much better.
Mac or windows tutorial.. Mac preferable.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using xda app-developers app
Developers or others who enjoy flashing their phones have a nice new option available if they have a Verizon Galaxy Nexus smartphone. After starting the process of rolling out a Jelly Bean update to Verizon users earlier this week, the factory images are now available on the Google Developers site for download.