The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is receiving so much love. For those of you out there that have a 4G LTE capable rooted Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset, did you notice any an OTA update notification? A new Android ICS build is now available to flash on your Galaxy Nexus handset. The new version is Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich with the new build number IMM30B. This unofficial build can be installed via custom recovery on Verizon version of the Galaxy Nexus handset only. The IMM30Bbuild is heard to be carrying the updates for radios and bootloader. Many users are reporting that LTE signal strength has jumped from 120 to -100 dB range up to -90ish.
You can download the Android 4.0.4 IMM30B file (weighing 29MB of size) for Verizon Galaxy Nexus handset from the links provided here at below.
Links — Android 4.0.4 IMM30B (Mirror)
How To Install Android 4.0.4 IMM30B:
Flashing Android 4.0.4 IMM30B build on your Verizon version of the Galaxy Nexus. How to do it? Instructions below.
# Your Galaxy Nexus should be running Android 4.0.2 ICL53F build to install the build.
# Download the the IMM30B build from one of the links mentioned above.
# Rename the downloaded file to “update.zip”.
# Reboot into Clockwork Recovery mode by holding volume-up and volume-down plus press power buttons.
# Select “install zip format sdcard” and select the update.zip file you downloaded earlier.
# Follow the on-screen instructions and let it to do its task.
# That’s it. You’ve now got Android 4.0.4 goodies.
Source: Android Central