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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    I sucked it up and went back to Best Buy and got a replacement since I only had it for 6 days. The new device works flawlessly, no drops in signal. So yes, I'm now inclined to believe it's hardware as well.
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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    Recieved my 5th replacement nexus from verizon today, so far no connections problems that i cant tell. It is IMM76Q REV12.06

    The first 2 phones were IMM76K REV 12.01

    The last 2 phones were IMM76Q REV 12.07

    All of them had data & voice connection problems when in cdma/lte mode. enabling cdma was the only way to get use out of the devices.
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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    Fixed some critical typos in the lines of code to send to command prompt. If you followed all of that exactly I regret to say it definitely wouldn't have worked haha.

    I will say this, as a development for my own situation - AOKP Jellybean HAS been giving me drops. I didn't notice at the time I wrote that it hadn't been. Even more than that, one of my coworkers got another Nexus with thardware rev 12.07 and IMM76Q. I have 12.06. When we are both at work we get data drops at the exact same time. I say when we are at work because we live in two different towns, and I don't think it happens when i'm in my town.

    So far, all I can say is that it seems like an issue with both 12.06 and 12.07 when paired with IMM76Q, and this fix is specific for that pairing. Putting AOKP Jellybean on it causes the issue to return, and I don't know exactly why that is, I don't know what radios that version uses. But to say it's just a hardware issue is not correct. It's hardware when paired with IMM76Q. Rev 12.07 with IMM76K works fine, rev 12.06 with IMM76K works fine.. at least, after following this tutorial.
    Last edited by valenzetti; 08-27-2012 at 05:21 PM.
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    Interesting..any signs that point to new radios in the ota jb update?

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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    I'm also on 76Q and have been getting constant drops since I got the phone a month ago. Only when I switch to CDMA do I get consistent service without drops.

    This has got me thinking about the OTA JB update....maybe this is why it's taking Verizon a lifetime to release it on the Gnex, because their testing is still having the same issues with data drops that we're experiencing and they want to make sure that the next update completely eliminates it.
    Sanyo Katana > BB Curve > BB Storm1 > Droid X > Galaxy Nexus
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    Seeing as the imm76q was originally supposed to fix these issues...jelly bean is probably our only hope.

    When the rumor first came out that they were releasing an update to fix the signal issue I remember thinking why on earth they would do that instead of just rolling it into jelly bean. But now I realize the reason the update came out separately was because Samsung wanted to avoid more legal woes with apple in the wake of the trial.

    I think..correct me if I'm wrong..but I remember reading somewhere that Verizon had said they were coming out with a signal fix. So when imm76q appeared people naturally assumed it was it. So there should still be a signal fix out there and the only logical conclusion is jelly bean

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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    Another site has posted the file for the JRO03O build today. How do I go about installing this?

    http://phandroid.com/2012/08/29/jro0...-for-download/
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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    Quote Originally Posted by LegendsCrazy View Post
    Another site has posted the file for the JRO03O build today. How do I go about installing this?

    http://phandroid.com/2012/08/29/jro0...-for-download/
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/ver...izon-gnex.html

    Use this thread for step by step instructions
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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    Wanted to add my own experience to this thread, I'll try and keep it short:

    I got a replacement for my nexus (had burn in issues pretty bad and vertical banding). it had imm76Q and would drop signal literally every 30 seconds. Was very, very annoying. Today as I was preparing to send it back to verizon (after getting my replacement to my replacement, lol) I noticed that google had posted an update to toro radios, and that it solved some problems with connectivity. So I figured since I'm going to flash this back to stock anyway I may as well try it.


    So I went for it. I flashed the new (JELLY BEAN) radio available here: ([Radio][Bootloader] JRO03O Radios and Bootloader - xda-developers) onto my nexus w/ build imm76Q (ICS) and ...it works. called a few people and talked for about half an hour and watched a 12 minute youtube video on 4g. Going to call verizon and ask them if they'll let me send the replacement back in a bit, love this phone.


    Edit: also for anyone wondering, i'm on 12.01, and the replacement that I'm sending back to them because I don't need it (which was also on 76Q) is 11.12 and worked fine.
    Last edited by youwonder; 08-31-2012 at 01:01 PM.
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    Default Re: Build Number IMM76Q - Service drop fix.

    1. Phone 1
    My phone was not a yakju so it was not updated.by google. I made it a yakju, and now it is updated by google according to GNOfficialUpdate ( an app from playstore). This phone has a IMM76D build number

    I have tried so many things to get the 4.1 JB update , but, but still my galaxy nexus OS is ISC 4.0.1. Phone 1
    My phone was not a yakju so it was not updated.by google. I made it a yakju, and now it is updated by google according to GNOfficialUpdate ( an app from playstore). This phone has a IMM76D build number

    I have tried so many things to get the 4.1 JB update , but, but still my galaxy nexus OS is ISC 4.0.4




    2. Phone 2

    I have another galaxy nexus which i didnt do anything to the OS. According to GNOfficialUpdate, this phone is not updated by google. I have the same problem as in the first phone (ISC 4.0.4). This phone build number is IMM76k-.....

    What shall i do to update the phones, or at least one of them ?
    If an official update is not available, can i updated manually ? If yes can someone provide me the link from where i can get the JB package among with the instructions on how.to install it ?

    Thank you guys
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