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Jelly Bean 4.1
nexus_truth
Member

Has anyone had any luck with this method of forcing the Jellybean 4.1 update?

1.  From your phone, head into Settings>Apps>All.

2.  Search for  Google Services Framework.

3.  Once found, tap on it and choose Force stop.

4.  Then choose Clear data.

5.  Back out of Apps to your About page in Settings and check for the System update.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
Ann154
Expert
Expert

Did you realize that there might be a existing discussion already in the Galaxy Nexus space?

Check out '4.1.1 JR003O Update from IMM76K on Galaxy Nexus'

https://community.verizonwireless.com/thread/783273

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
nexus_truth
Member

They are discussing ways of updating. I'm asking a specific question.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
nexus_truth
Member

This method does work.

Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
droidfanvzw
Member

I just tried that method and its a no go for me oh well try again tomorrow.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
jared845
Member

Nothing here either

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
nexus_truth
Member

I probably tried it 20 times over the course of a day to get it to work for me.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
GreenRobot
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Worked like a charm.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
Ann154
Expert
Expert

No such luck here, but not having a SIM card in the Nexus might have something to do with the delay for me.

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Re: Jelly Bean 4.1
carseller0822
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Wouldn't now having a SIM card effect a lot more than just the ability to update?

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