Like their HTC ThunderBolt brethren, Motorola Droid Bionic owners continue to wait for any arrange of central information about a Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich refurbish recover date.
The update, that was betrothed for early Q3, stays unaccepted and conjunction Motorola nor Verizon has let owners know when they should design it.
Read: 5 Thoughts on a Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich Update.
In fact, as we’ve already mentioned, conjunction association has finished anything to explain accurately what “early Q3″ means. And it’s that obscure tenure that has Droid Bionic owners undone once again.
Yesterday finally brought a bit of news to Droid Bionic owners, inspired for their dip of Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Droid Bionic ICS wait continues.
Another leaked Droid Bionic build emerged that indicates that Motorola is still operative on a update. Unfortunately, it’s misleading accurately what a refurbish means in terms of a recover date.
It could be that a leaked chronicle is a final chronicle of a Droid Bionic ICS update. The refurbish is pronounced to have confidence measures and run smoother than any of a prior Droid Bionic ICS leaks.
Read: Slow Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich Update Frustrates Owners.
Or, owners could demeanour during a potion half-empty. Because a refurbish appears to still be in Motorola’s hands and not in Verizon’s, a refurbish could still be a ways off.
Remember, we’ve listened that it was slated to hurl out in mid-August and that it was behind since of a issues plaguing a Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX after they were updated to Android 4.0.
So, it could be that Motorola is still ironing some things out.
What’s transparent yet is that owners continue to wait in silence, wondering when a refurbish is going to arrive. And a prick could get even worse if Motorola decides to announce a Droid RAZR HD this Friday with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board.
It’s looking like it competence run ICS, though it would be a contrition to see Moto and Verizon announce a device with a latest program while a still-capable Droid Bionic is still stranded on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
So hopefully, some news emerges shortly to make a wait for ICS some-more acceptable for Droid Bionic owners.
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