By Brian Fulcher | 10/21/2012
After that perpetual wait, owners of Motorola’s Droid Bionic from final year can finally ambience Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Originally approaching to hurl out in a early partial of a third entertain of 2013, Motorola expelled an refurbish from Android 2.3 to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich this week for a Droid Bionic, nonetheless it might be a few days during slightest before a refurbish routine is completed.
Several users had reported that their Droid Bionics were prepared to ascent as early as 10 a.m. CST, Oct 19.
This jives with progressing rumors that Ice Cream Sandwich would indeed be out by Friday a 19th. However, it looks like a really singular series of Droid Bionic owners have perceived a refurbish so far; according to Gotta Be Mobile, a usually users famous to have updated their inclination took partial in an progressing soak exam for a update.
This means it could be a day or two, or hopefully by this entrance Monday, when those who didn’t take partial in a soak exam would accept a update. Soak tests are carried out by carriers (in this case, Verizon) to safeguard that updates are as fast or as bug-free as possible.
So if all turns out well, it should be all systems go for everybody who owns a Verizon/Motorola Droid Bionic.
Meanwhile, Motorola also announced that a Droid Bionic will be upgradable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. If this doesn’t come to pass, a association has betrothed a $100 credit for destiny Motorola handset purchases if skeleton tumble by and a Droid Bionic can't be upgraded to Jelly Bean.
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