Google remove Verizon Galaxy Nexus and other CDMA Android devices from Google Developer Support Pages

Yeah, I don’t believe it either but Google has removed the Verizon Galaxy Nexus (LTE/CDMA) from their Developer support page along with the Nexus S 4G (CDMA) with Sprint and the Motorola Xoom (LTE/CDMA).

Google have come out and confirmed that they removed CDMA Android devices from the developer support pages because of the lack of support for key features in the CDMA devices — which included users not being able to place calls on pure AOSP builds. This doesn’t mean that the devices are getting completely abandoned, as Google has confirmed that they will still push official software updates to the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.

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