Motorola Droid Bionic owners might not be in a dim most longer with regards to a long-anticipated refurbish to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. A new news says a updates might hurl out by this week during a earliest.
Unnamed sources tighten to Motorola believe a updates would be announced early this week, that creates it as good thought to keep tabs on this story as a days pass. However, there is also a possibility that a refurbish will be utterly identical in peculiarity to a one expelled for a Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX.
Since ICS was rolled out for those dual higher-end Droid phones, owners have reported inconveniences such as a bent to freeze, mysteriously disintegrating apps and a email app refusing to work.
As of a initial collection of reports on a Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update, Motorola had betrothed it would be prepared by a early partial of a Sep finale entertain this year. We’re right around mid by Q3 2012, and in dual days, that would place us right pound dab in a center of a quarter. There is still a possibility Motorola will live adult to this early promise, though with usually dual days remaining, mid-Q3 2012 sounds some-more realistic.
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Though this would positively be good news for Droid Bionic owners, we’d still rather see a ICS ascent behind a small bit more. A rushed, cart refurbish will usually defect users and leave them watchful some time for a repair to be available.
That said, this week’s rollout might indeed be a commencement of soak tests, that should give us some-more discernment as to either a Droid Bionic refurbish to ICS is unequivocally ready, or either some-more changes need to be made.
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