If you managed to get your hands on the Verizon-branded version of the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung, then you know that there isn’t a built-in toggle within the Settings widget to turn off 4G LTE-connectivity for when you aren’t in a 4G covered area. While that’s a disappointing feature, it’s not a deal breaker, considering you can change that functionality within the Settings after a bit of digging. (Yes, a toggle is always better.) And thanks to one Gregory Sarrica, for those of you willing to put CyanogenMod 9 on your Galaxy Nexus sometime in the future, a toggle looks to be an added bonus.
You can see the video below with the feature being showcased. And, as you can imagine, this is for the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon, here in the States. No surprise there, right? Right. As of right now the new feature is being tested, and it needs to be reviewed before a decision can be made about adding the toggle feature into builds of CyanogenMod 9. If it does get passed, then it could show up as early as next week.
via Engadget Mobile