Modify Carrier Name on Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean ROMs
The newest iteration of Android has been all over the news lately, with the release of source and as ports of the OS show up on all kinds of devices. While developers cook up better and more complete custom ROMs, those looking to change things on the standard 4.1 builds will surely see many tweaks and mods show up in the coming weeks.
One such modification has already hit the Galaxy Nexus forums, thanks to XDA Senior Member spunks3. Using a slightly modified process from Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs, Galaxy Nexus users can now change the carrier name on their Jelly Bean devices. Although it is a small cosmetic change, it can go a long way in personalizing your device and lock screen.
If you’re a Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean user, head over the modification thread to get started. Since system files must be altered, you should make a backup before continuing.
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