June 13th, 2012, 12:20 A.M. — Droid Bionic users competence acquire a much-anticipated Android Ice Cream Sandwich soon, new trickle hints. Is it probable that Motorola and Verizon are formulation a large mixed ICS updates this month?
The bad news, all high-end Motorola Verizon phones with LTE are still using Android Gingerbread, a 1 and a half year-old mobile handling complement of Google.
The good news, this year, during slightest 3 Motorola Verizon LTE phones will get a ascent to Android Ice Cream Sandwich ecosystem. For starters, Android Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS is a many modernized chronicle of Google’s renouned mobile handling complement that supports new multitasking user interface, new lockscreen, focus improvements and combined support, information management, improved web browser and other several bug fixes.
Aside from a rumored ICS update for a Motorola Droid Razr and Maxx this month, it looks like a somewhat “older” Motorola Droid Bionic is subsequent in line, formed on a trickle posted online final weekend.
According to Droid-Life, an ICS exam build was found inside a Cheesecake app. The site explains that a Cheesecake app can hunt for open Motorola files, and sometimes, users are means to learn early builds of mobile handling system, presumably including Ice Cream Sandwich.
The build is reportedly “un-flashable” or not nonetheless concordant with a phone. The record detected according to a forum site is over 300MB, presumably “in testing” or now a “engineering build” of a mobile handling complement for a Droid Bionic. Well, during slightest Motorola is already contrast a Droid Bionic’s ICS OS.
For a non-techie readers, be certain to wait for a latest and central releases from Verizon Wireless to equivocate bricking or destroying your phones.
The Android fan blog also combined that a Motorola Droid Bionic is set to accept a Android 4.0 program refurbish subsequent quarter, citing a roadmap released by Motorola. For a some-more renouned Droid Razr Maxx and a spare Droid Razr, a refurbish could be function this month.
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