The Samsung Galaxy Nexus which runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is not yet been released worldwide and we already have the system dump and recovery and boot images with us. Although alot of people were expecting the system dump since a very long time as different apps and images began leaking long time ago but as to leak was made by MoDaCo founder Paul O’Brien.
The files were extracted from a test device running on build ICL23D and the total file size is about 170 MB with all three files combined. You can download all 3 of them over at MoDaCo.
Now that the System Dump and the Recovery and Boot Images being available it will be very interesting to see that whether a developer can port it to existing devices.As many manufacturers and Google had announced that the ICS theoretically is compatible with all Gingerbread devices we can expect ICS Custom ROMS for existing devices maybe even before the official update is released.
Whatever be developments, we will keep our readers updated about it.
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