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Nexus stuck on 4.1.2; Can't connect to Google Servers on wifi
I have a Galaxy Nexus 16gb, currently running 4.1.2, YAKJU (maguro) JZO54K, on the I9250XXLF1 baseband.
Yesterday my phone was yakjuux, and I decided to flash it to the international version(4.1.2). Lo and behold, I have an update waiting for me as soon as my phone boots back up! I dared to click the "Restart and install" button, and after a few minutes my phone was happily rebooted... Except it had not updated to 4.2 at all. It was still at the 4.1.2 that I had flashed it to earlier, only now there was no sign of an update.
I used a method found on xda-developers using fastboot and adb to re-flash the phone... I'm not what you would call a n00b, but flashing phones is not my area of expertise.
Can anyone offer any insight? Is there any more information I could give that could help?
SEMI-RELATED issue: I have a wireless network at my workplace that I would like to use to keep myself from using all my data all the time (I constantly stream music while i'm working). The problem is, when I connect to the wireless network, my phone does not connect to Google's servers.. (Grey indicator). A friend who also has a galaxy nexus connects through the same wireless connection and achieves a connection. His phone is running 4.2 on a different baseband than mine.
Any insight into either problem would be awesome! Thanks!