disappeared from the official documentation. This includes Android source code and factory ROMs for Verizon's CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus and Motorola XOOM, as well as the Nexus S 4G. What this implies (and only implies) is that Google is no longer providing official updates for the removed devices, as is generally expected of "developer" hardware. The GSM Nexus S and WiFi-only Motorola XOOM are still present, as are the two initial images for the Galaxy Nexus CDMA/LTE, though these are marked as "archived, for reference only".
Tagged: Samsung Nexus S
made its way to XDA in the wee hours of the morning. It appears to be the real McCoy, even sporting Android 4.04 - which isn't even part of the official source code yet.
Koushik "Koush" Dutta released beta versions of the custom recovery software for both phones yesterday. Instead of the basic button-based UI employed up to now, ClockworkMod Recovery Touch allows users to select folder, files and actions via the touchscreen.
4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Nexus S has been halted by Google. The update was started late last week by Google themselves after initially testing it with Google employees. While the delay hasn't been confirmed many users are experiencing issues and recently are unable to update to the new software.
detailed earlier today -- This was confirmed by Google over on Twitter this afternoon.
Samsung Nexus S. Apparently a few employees from Mountain View have received the OTA update on their very own Nexus S smartphones and it's safe to say the "dogfooding" testing has finally started. This is a great sign and I'm sure we'll see this available for download shortly.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich SDK ports and ROM's that are basically unusable but today we've quickly gathered up and flashed a fully functional and stable version of 4.0 ICS thanks to the team at CyanogenMod. What we'll be showing you below is the first look at CyanogenMod 9 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Nexus S -- and it works flawlessly.
Nexus One was getting an update, and now we are hearing the Google Nexus S at T-Mobile is also receiving the same glorious update to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. The update is only around 17.5 MB in size and sits at build GRK39F. Along with the update users can expect bug fixes and a few security patches.
Samsung Nexus S 4G, you'll be seeing a notification right away immediately if not soon.