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Re: How to Eject Galaxy Nexus on Windows 7
Just unplug it. You don't need to worry about safely ejecting it (as long as you're not in the process of transferring files between it and the computer, but you should already know disconnecting things in use is dangerous), because with ICS the media storage isn't unmounted from the phone at all like what happens on phones with microSD cards connecting with USB Mass Storage. You don't need to "eject" it from the computer at all.
Take this with a grain of salt but my understanding of MTP and some threads I've read asking practically this same question gives me a good idea. I just haven't personally hooked my Nexus up to the computer.