Facebook post has fingered the devices that will be getting the Android 4.0 update first. All of the initial smartphones to get Ice Cream Sandwich will be in the Optimus family.
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fix to the bug to hit from Samsung, you can grab the official boot image with the fix now. Modaco has a link to the official file up for you to download. The catch is that the file is still in testing so you have to be willing to try it at your own risk.
photo leaked and then the tablet was also spied crossing the FCC.
purchased by another firm called Yandex. The move will see new 3D UIs coming to other things that Android tablets and smartphones, where we have seen SPB Software in the past.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 (ice Cream Sandwich). Android 4.0 has been steadily making its way to many devices (unofficially of course) since its source hit the net, and so will CyanogenMod 9 in due time.
love us some custom ROMs here at Android Community, and perhaps none more than the venerable CyanogenMod. Steve Kondik and his team announced that they would begin on version 9 just after the Ice Cream Sandwich source code became available. While a full-feature release is still months away, you can try out an early version right now if you own a Galaxy S (international version) or Nexus S.
DROID 4 and DROID RAZR, courtesy of Droid-Life. It reinforces a lot of the specs that we've already seen, like a 4-inch screen and an LTE connection, but gives us a little more insight into the nitty-gritty details.