Featured: Jelly Bean Factory Image now Available for Verizon Galaxy Nexus

Just a few days back Verizon finally released the Jelly Bean upgrade for the Galaxy Nexus LTE bumping it up to build JRO03O. Verizon took way too long to release the update for a Nexus device. Well, that means that we've got some more factory images to mess around with. Google has released build JRO03O factory images for people like us to download and enjoy the plain, untouched awesomeness of the Best Android version so far. Nothing can beat the buttery rich experience of Jelly Bean on a Nexus device. Jelly Bean makes your Galaxy Nexus with a bit dated hardware a top of the line device in today's market, that's full with Quad-Core devices.

You better not be messing with the factory image stuff, if you have no clue whatsoever about what it really is and what it actually does. It's just a set of images that is directly flashable (installable) on your Galaxy Nexus to bring the Stock Android experience on your device. It's just something that you should use when things go bad and you screw up your device, just as a backup. Don't use it if you are not sure about how to flash it on your phone. Don't just screw up your device intentionally, sometimes even the factory image won't help. Head over to XDA forums to learn more about flashing factory images on your device before going ahead with it. Pick up the Images from Google, Galaxy Nexus (toro) is the Verizon variant.

Do let us know how you are liking the Jelly Bean update on your LTE Galaxy Nexus?

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