The latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for the Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus has leaked courtesy of a XDA member. The leaked ROM is said to be pulled directly from the Google OTA server, which also suggests that the official rollout might just be around the corner.
Since, the leaked Android 4.2 Jelly bean update is the actual OTA file, it is for the stock and un-rooted smartphones. The latest update has a build JDQ39, but it remains to be seen if that is the final version.
If you are impatient and want to jump the gun with the official update, you can flash your Galaxy Nexus with the leaked image available in the source link below. The update needs to be flashed on the Nexus running on stock Android 4.1.1 and your device has to be rooted with custom recovery, or it should be able to temporarily boot a custom recovery to implement the update.
Be aware that the flashing process involves some risk and would void your warranty, so proceed with the instructions only if you know what exactly you are up to.
Source | Via