Update: For some unknown reason, the dev has been asked to pull this down from the site.
There’s great news for those loyal fans who stuck with their Sprint CDMA Nexus S 4G handsets instead of running over to Big Red and snatching a Galaxy Nexus. The incredibly talented folks over at XDA managed to get the Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 ROM up and running for the second iteration in the Google Nexus family. The ROM is reported to be in its final stages of testing and offers a few new features and updates. Among them are a new software modem, bootloader and is now at biuld IMM26. Most if not all of the features are stable and working, including the WiMax radios. Further proof of a new build is revealed by its build date, January 30th 2012. So rest assured it’s not the same build we saw previously. It will be nice for Nexus S 4G owners to be slightly ahead of the curve, as you all know Google has already released the Android 4.0.3 ICS build for the Nexus S 3G model as well as for a few other devices. If you’re feeling frisky, hit the downloads below and don’t forget to report back any issues you may find. Feel free to report them in our forum so as to alert other Nexus S 4G owners as well. As always, be aware that you’re doing this at your own risk and the staff here at TA are in no way responsible if you brick your device. So, in short, know what the heck you’re doing! Good luck and enjoy. For your convenience, we’ve provided all the downloads you need below courtesy of XDA (dev mrxkills). Big thanks goes to the rest of the developers who gave their blood, sweat and tears on tweaking this update for the Nexus S 4G.