One good refurbish deserves another, yet before we ask, no, it’s not Ice Cream Sandwich. Motorola is promulgation out a exam refurbish for a DROID Bionic, and given their story that means that is should be removing a far-reaching recover within a month or so. Build 5.9.904 is regrettably still Android Gingerbread, yet it brings along a few much-appreciated fixes. If you’re not a member of Motorola’s central support forum we won’t be removing it (at slightest directly), yet Verizon should be promulgation it out before too long.
Fixes embody a revised Visual Voicemail warning system, tweaks to Bluetooth headset volume, and several bugfixes for a energy symbol and Internet connection. Significantly there are adjustments to a approach that a DROID Bionic handles a new IPV6 standard, that should make for noticeably faster wen opening on some sites. Overall it’s not an essential update, and maybe not a one that Bionic owners have been watchful for, yet those still on a batch ROM should be happy to see it.
There’s been no central word on an Ice Cream Sandwich Sandwich refurbish beyond a fact that it is, indeed, coming. Motorola’s timelines for a Verizon inclination are frustratingly nebulous, yet during slightest one pre-release chronicle of Android 4.0 for a DROID RAZR and DROID RAZR MAXX has leaked out. With a Verizon lineup full of sealed bootloaders, a wait for an central refurbish becomes even some-more frustrating, as there’s no approach to reliably emanate loyal tradition ROMs but updated kernels.
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