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Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich Update Release Date Gets Closer

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Just a day after a Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish recover date inched closer to release, another trickle has spawned currently that means Motorola is closer than ever to releasing a program to Verizon for testing.

The trickle again comes from DroidHive, by approach of Droid-Life, and today’s trickle is .230 adult from yesterday’s trickle that was .229. The refurbish was again pulled from Motorola’s servers and it’s utterly transparent that Motorola is tough during work prepping this program for a hurl out.

In fact, due to a magnitude of a updates, Motorola could really good be circuitous down a ascent routine and creation a preparations to send a program over to Verizon.

Of course, if Verizon finds something it doesn’t like, and it mostly does, afterwards a program competence get pushed behind from an strange aim date, a aim date that we still don’t know.

The Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish got closer today.

Motorola has pronounced that it will be rolling out a Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish during Q3 of this year that gives it a flattering large window.

Q3 consists of a months of July, Aug and Sep that means Droid Bionic owners could be watchful tighten to dual months for a program to arrive.

Hopefully, these leaks meant that something is closer than that though.

For those that are well-trained in installing unaccepted software, a Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish is during your ordering right now.

Those that aren’t informed with a routine will wish to reason off for something central and from a looks of things, we could be close.



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