If this is the way you treat your customers, I guess it's time for a law requiring carriers to provide regular security updates for the length of the service contract. It's downright criminal (or it should be) for a company to stop supporting devices 1 year into a 2 year contract. Verizon essentially abandoned the Galaxy Nexus when the first purchasers still had nearly a year left on their contracts. 4.2 came out in November of 2012. 4.2.2 is the last update we got on our "Nexus" phones. 4.3's been out since July of 2012 and all we've got are worthless assurances that Verizon is thoroughly testing the 4.3 update. And I haven't even seen that crap in months. What a joke.
WHERE IS 4.3 FOR THE GALAXY NEXUS???
Then at the same token... If updates breaks phones carriers shouldn't be held liable for manufacturer mistakes.
See Samsuns current 4.3 update. Have to be fair here.
Every day, I post a followup. (discussion of moderation removed) But they won't answer the question. What's the point of that?
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