Just today, Google announced that it was rolling out Android 4.0.4 to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) for download, with build IMM76D. The note at that point by JBQ was that the timeline for ROM push for the final build was unknown. In a tweet and Google+ post, Google has now noted that Android 4.0.4 images are beginning to push out for the GSM/UMTS Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S, and Xoom WiFi. Absent are the CDMA/WiMAX Nexus S on Sprint and the CDMA/LTE Galaxy Nexus on Verizon, both of which are likely waiting on carrier approval. The update includes bugfixes, stability improvements, faster camera launch (which we've noticed in leaked 4.0.4 builds), and better performance in some areas. We’ve started rolling out Android 4.0.4...
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