Samsung Galaxy Nexus was one of the most popular Android smartphone as it has been launched with stock Android. That means that this device used to hold a clean Android OS that was free of any bloatware and other similar apps that are usually packed by manufacturers with their own components.
The Galaxy Nexus was launched in November 2011 with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and until now it has been updated multiple times with new Android iterations. The latest official update available for Galaxy Nexus is the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. If you have an older Android version installed on it, then you can use our tutorial to learn how to update the device to its latest firmware.
Also, via custom ROMs you can even run the latest KitKat builds on your device. In fact any future Android releases will probably be supported by the Galaxy Nexus up until the custom ROM developers will give up porting the firmware builds on it.
In this category you can find info on how to successfully apply updates for your Samsung Galaxy Nexus using official updates released by Google and Samsung, or you can choose from the tons of custom ROMs such as CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android, AOKP and other great releases.
Keep in mind that by updating your device with a brand new firmware you will be doing it at your own risk, we won’t be held responsible in case you lose any data nor in case you brick the smartphone.By Alex Dumitru