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What on earth is happening with the ICS update for the nexus S

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Hi all,

I like many other users have been having issues with the update provided by google for the Nexus S. The battery doesn't last a day even without using it much, and my contacts don't appear as contacts int he messaging app unless i put a +44 at the start of the number. Searching on google shows loads of sites saying they postponed the rollout because of issues, but nothing about them resuming or how to convert it back. My phone isn't rooted. Does anybody know more than me?

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Hi all,

I like many other users have been having issues with the update provided by google for the Nexus S. The battery doesn't last a day even without using it much, and my contacts don't appear as contacts int he messaging app unless i put a +44 at the start of the number. Searching on google shows loads of sites saying they postponed the rollout because of issues, but nothing about them resuming or how to convert it back. My phone isn't rooted. Does anybody know more than me?

You could try flashing the full rom instead of the update, it begins with a z instead of a v. Get it here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1063664 I have heard of people having more luck doing it that way.

If you still have issues you might be able to roll back to 2.3.3 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1063664 you have to install clockwork mod recovery to do it but after you flash it CWM will go returning your phone to stock. At least that is what the thread says, I haven't tried it yet.

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