Tagged: software update
Transformer Prime tablet. This is actually the third OTA update for the Prime this month alone here in the US. I'm starting to wonder if they'll ever give us a change log. After the last update seemed to cause more problems than it fixed, we are hoping for something different with this latest update to build 18.104.22.168 so we'll see.
early access to the beta software to the Xperia Arc S, Neo V and Ray. All three have an official Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, and anybody can download the software and install it at their leisure - though it's recommended for "advanced developers only". Sony offered a few alpha ROMs before, but I've never even heard of an Android beta program quite this ambitious. Bravo, Sony. Bravo.
on their official Facebook page that Transformer TF101 owners in Asus' home country of Taiwan would start seeing automatic updates begin today, with other territories to follow soon after. Localization for other markets may take some time, but by the look of things it should indeed be before the end of the month.
Ice Cream Sandwich is all the rage right now and we are slowly learning the update paths and plans for all the popular devices. Toshiba has been pretty quite as of late but this week they finally gave us a little more details although nothing concrete. Confirming that Android 4.0 ICS for the Thrive wont be here for a while. Possibly as late as the end of June.
Motorola Cliq 2 on T-Mobile! Your prayers have been answered, and you'll soon be getting an official update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. All it took was 13 months after the Cliq 2's January 2011 release, and a full 14 months after the availability of Gingerbread itself. So.... hooray. If you'd like to get in on the action a little early, you can head over to the official Motorola forum and sign up to beta test the update for the manufacturer. The new software still includes the MOTOBLUR UI layer.
updated for Android, and includes some much welcomed features. After updating, you'll notice that when swiping over a tweet, options to reply, retweet, favorite, or share instantly glide over. This is all without losing your place in your timeline; heavy twitter users are going to love this.
DROIR RAZR forum showed off screenshots that appear to be the Ice Cream Sandwich update for Motorola's flagship, combining elements of their "don't-call-it-Blur" custom user interface and the standard Holo theme. There's no new information on when we can expect the update to hit (hint: settle in for a long wait) but they do show an interesting progression between Blur and Ice Cream Sandwich. This is a considerably different build than the one we saw for the international RAZR.
rolling out an update to the Samsung Continuum, the OG Galaxy S variant with a small secondary screen below the navigation area. Curb your enthusiasm: it's not Ice Cream Sandwich. It's not even Gingerbread. It's Android 2.2 Froyo, a version of Android that is now a full one year and nine months out of date. Continuum owners, if there are any of you left, please try to contain your boundless joy.