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+ - Google Pulls Support For CDMA Devices, Including Galaxy Nexus->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Google has just made some interesting changes to their developer pages. As of today, all of the documentation, source code, and firmware images pertaining to CDMA Android devices (including the Verizon Galaxy Nexus) have been removed.

A statement from Google explains that the proprietary software required to make these devices fully functional got in the way of Android's open source nature, so CDMA devices are no longer supported as developer hardware.

What does this mean for the Galaxy Nexus, which is only available as CDMA in the US? Will CDMA carriers never see another "Nexus" device?"

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