Like we all know that previously Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus was shifted to temporarily ban but now after the decision of court it is finally removed from temporarily ban.
CNET, have added this full conversation of ban between Samsung and Court:
- Last Friday, lower-court judge Lucy Koh OKed Apple’s request for a pretrial ban on the device. Apple had requested the ban against the smartphone in February, alleging that the gadget infringes on several of its patents and should not be sold while the court resolves the intellectual-property question. Koh’s ruling was a big victory for Apple — such bans are rarely granted, and the timing of this one was sweet: Google had only just announced, at its I/O developer conference, that the Galaxy Nexus would be one of the first devices to get the upcoming version of Android 4.1, dubbed Jelly Bean, when it arrives next month.
- On Sunday, as expected, Samsung appealed the preliminary ban and requested that it be temporarily lifted while the appeals court considers whether it should stand or be nixed.
- On Tuesday, Koh denied Samsung’s request for a temporary lifting of the ban, and Apple posted the $95.6 million bond required for the ban to go into effect (the bond covers losses to Samsung owing to the ban — should the eventual patent ruling go in Samsung’s favor). Also Tuesday, Google pulled the Galaxy Nexus from its Google Play store and said it was working on a software patch that would temporarily allow the Galaxy Nexus to sidestep the preliminary injunction.