I have a Nexus S extended battery, does anybody know if I can use that battery in my Galaxy Nexus? It's the unlocked GSM version of the Galaxy Nexus I have on order. Thanks in advance!
on 01/20/2012 – Made popular on 01/20/2012
I have a chance to get a "T-Mobile" nexus 4 for cheap tomorrow. Isn't it the same as the google play store version? I use straight talk and want to make sure it will work.
Secondly, I currently have a galaxy Nexus with seidio extended battery. How will the nexus 4 compare battery wise? And how about overall performance, is it that much better than my galaxy nexus? Thanks in advance.
This is good news, finally saw this release go through and now sharing with you, guys!
Mugen released 3 batteries for Galaxy Nexus:
Verizon Galaxy Nexus 2000mah extended battery OEM size
GSM Galaxy Nexus i9250 2000mAh extended battery OEM size
GSM Galaxy Nexus i9250 4000mAh extended battery with back door
This phone was in big need for a proper battery so I'd love to see someone review it
I was thinking about putting my 1750 mAh battery back in my Galaxy Nexus since getting my nexus 7 because I use it more than my phone. How is the battery life for those with the normal battery that also use the Nexus 7 a lot.
I currently have a Galaxy Nexus, I'm probably going to get an N5 next month. My question is if there is a way to force a reset on the Nexus 5. My Galaxy Nexus can get wedged on occasion, for example when I turned on the Talk Back function in the Pebble app the phone became unusable because it got stuck in a modal message saying that talkback failed.
Just released another live wallpaper. This wallpaper is tells how much battery you have left, voltage, temp and status. The spinning core will spin faster when you have full battery and slow down when your battery level gets lower. Also included are some particle effects. There's a few customization on the free version and more in the paid version.
I was hoping someone here might be able to help me with my Galaxy Nexus. My Mac, PC, or Linux box won't recognize my phone anymore. I've tried multiple battery pulls, cords, driver updates(Windows 7), an have wiped the phone.
Hi I've a galaxy nexus and a s3. The s3 has a bigger battery and was meant to have great battery.. But im finding it hard to get 4 hrs screen on time on my s3 while i could easily get 5 on my galaxy nexus.. I've to charge my s3 sometimes twice a day...
Im running cm10. Maybe when cm10 is stable it might improve