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I have a Galaxy Nexus phone.

I want to install JellyBean manually, but I don't know which one of these I should download. How do I know if my phone is maguro, toro or toroplus?

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Go to Settings > About phone > Model number, and see which one matches:

  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Maguro; GSM/HSPA+) - GT-I9250
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Toro; Verizon; CDMA/LTE) - SGH-I515
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Toro Plus; Sprint; CDMA/LTE) - SPH-L700

Edit #1: You can also check the back casing if it has Verizon (toro) or Sprint (toroplus) written on it. If not, then you have maguro.

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Model number is just "Galaxy Nexus" –  shift66 Jan 30 '13 at 6:33
    
@shift66 What is the Build number in the About phone? –  geffchang Jan 30 '13 at 7:04
    
JOP40D I Know that it's jelly bean 4.2.1 actually I've installed the 4.1.1 about 3 months ago (don't remember which of the variants). and then Android updated to 4.2.1. but in last week something happened and now there are some bugs. I just want install fresh OS. –  shift66 Jan 30 '13 at 7:19
    
Do you have the phone right now? Does it have a writing at the back? Sprint? Verizon? –  geffchang Jan 30 '13 at 7:35
    
No, just google and samsung. It means that my phone is maguro? –  shift66 Jan 30 '13 at 8:10

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