will this be like the galaxy nexus with different builds depend on where you buy it
as with the galaxy nexus depending on its build, made for different timing for updates,,
hoping this nexus is not like that,,
MIUI has proven to be a highly desirable aftermarket firmware among the developer community, and today marks the initial release of Jelly Bean builds for the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus S. Currently, the ROMs contain no major bugs, which is good news considering previous Ice Cream Sandwich builds offered less than ideal functionality.
It's very late so I'm going to keep this post brief and fix it up in the morning.
I recently became the maintainer for all Galaxy Nexus devices for OmniROM. It came to my attention that toroplus (Sprint Galaxy Nexus) wasn't being built, and I felt terrible as I know how neglected you guys are over here.
I originally posted this in the Galaxy nexus forums, but its not device specific as far as I know and works on both my nexus 7 and galaxy nexus so I'll post it here.
I have a fix for the lagginess in builds from the past week and a half or so. The culprit is the surface flinger library.
Aside from the occasional legal quirks and roadblocks, owning a Nexus device is great because you’ll always have access to factory images of your device in case you ever need to completely undo any customization or just want to start from scratch.
Just yesterday an OTA update which addressed security issues was rolled out to the T-Mobile Nexus 4 and is now being pushed to other Nexus devices, including the Nexus 7, 10, and the Galaxy Nexus. The changes are unconfirmed at this point, but the update is known as JWR66Y.
being that i spent 300 and some change for what i feel like is little better of a phone im feeling like damn it..if i just didnt break the Galaxy nexus id have that money in my pocket now instead...please tell me how much of a wonderful upgrade it is from the galaxy nexus to the nexus 4