i just wanted to have a confirm of what i 've read in a italian forum.. it seems that google decided to stop the ota because of an excessive usage of the cpu and a battery bug in the ics for nexus s.. is it real??
Yes due to high CPU usage and battery drain. Hopefully the CPU usage is contributing to the poor app drawer performance. If not then hopefully it is on the list. The app drawer on my S is TERRIBLE compared to friend's Galaxy Nexus.
I have a ns4g and for those that received the ics update on the ns, Google will fix it. I'm sure within a week(s) because they are admitting fault and pulling it so more people aren't disappointed. I on the other hand have an extended battery and would gladly take that ics update lol
Sad to see Google break because of a deadline.. There is no possible way anyone involved in the development and testing of ICS on the Nexus S line didn't notice the problems with it on this phone. This is something I'd expect out of Samsung.. It's ok though, thanks to devs my phone is finally stable enough..
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