Tag Archives: ICS

HTC Desire HD Get’s Unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich With Sense 3.6, The Promised Update That Never Was

The developers at XDA Developers have delivered what HTC didn’t: An Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 ROM with the Sense 3.6 overlay. It’s basically what HTC promised but never delivered. I would like to clarify that HTC could deliver, but they didn’t for a good reason. The update required a partition resizing, meaning user data would be wiped. HTC deemed this… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus On T-Mobile Prepping To Get ICS Through Kies Tomorrow

If you’re one of the people who’s rocking a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus on T-Mobile then you’ll be happy to know that your Ice Cream Sandwich update is right around the corner. That’s right, T-Mobile has posted the documents about the new update and of note is that it will be a manual download through Kies only. So if you were looking forward to a… Read more

HTC Rezound Gets Unannounced Update, Not Small Either

It seems like some people are getting an update on their HTC Rezound. It’s a 103MB update that doesn’t change the Android version, which remains at 4.0.3 with Sense 3.6. However, the software version is now 4.03.605.1. The update seems to be unlocking the global capabilities of the device, which Verizon has promised to do. Well the Rezound seems to… Read more

DROID 4 Ice Cream Sandwich Almost Ready

Verizon has posted the changelog for the Motorola DROID 4 Ice Cream Sandwich update for everyone to see. While this update is not rolling out to users just yet, this is the update rolling out to soak test participants. It is build 6.16.217.XT894.Verizon.en.US and should be rolling out to all users fairly soon if no bugs are found. Along with all the… Read more

GSM Galaxy Nexus Gets Stable CyanogenMod 9 Designation

CyanogenMod 9 has become officially stable for the GSM Galaxy nexus (Maguro). This means that the team has deemed this ROM pretty much bug free. Their standard for stable is very very high, so you know what this means. However, I don’t quite see a reason to ever flash it. After using a Galaxy Nexus with Jelly Bean, I don’t think CM9 could ever be an… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q Leaked For T-Mobile

The original Galaxy S Blaze was a worthy mid end phone, performing very well. Why not release a QWERTY version? Well the leaked Galaxy S Blaze Q seems to be exactly that, except with a pretty good spec boost. This new device is rumored to sport the ever so popular 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4, 1GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, a 720p display of unknown size,… Read more