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that's nice..thank for the answer..by the way, can I still update to official ics through ota update if Motorola release it using this sbf? it won't brick my device right?
 
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You *should* be able to update from stock ROM, but since official ICS isn't out yet, we still don't know if Moto changes anything in their update policy. They could in theory prevent the updates to be installed on unlocked devices.

In any case, when the official update hits, I'll bet the devs are gonna be all over it anyway...
Motorola A854 "Miley" >> Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i "Rachael" >> HTC A7272 "Dizzy" >> Motorola MB860 "Trixie" + SONY C5302 "Spiffy"
 
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ok..maybe i will just unlocked it and use because i not sure when is ics will release for international version..thanks for help ya..
 
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ICS has only been confirmed for US (AT&T) devices. Other regions are still "under evaluation". Seeing how the US version is currently on 2.3.6 and other regions on 2.3.4, I wouldn't bet on Motorola releasing ICS internationally unless there's a huge pressure from users like with Milestone's Froyo update.
Motorola A854 "Miley" >> Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i "Rachael" >> HTC A7272 "Dizzy" >> Motorola MB860 "Trixie" + SONY C5302 "Spiffy"
 
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so there might had chance that international version might not get the ics upgrade?
 
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Yes. Looking at Motorola's update history, there's a chance that the international version won't get ICS (at least officially).
Motorola A854 "Miley" >> Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i "Rachael" >> HTC A7272 "Dizzy" >> Motorola MB860 "Trixie" + SONY C5302 "Spiffy"
 
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i see..but motorola update schedule listed the asia retail as ics upgrade in planing. so it might fail during the process?
 
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From Motorola's Upgrade News:

PHASE 1 – EVALUATION & PLANNING: During this phase, we evaluate the benefits, technical issues and user experience of an upgrade. Generally, we are not able to provide release dates in this stage. There are also some cases in which we can state that an upgrade will happen but are not able to provide a release date. Please note that some products that enter the Evaluation and Planning phase may not complete the upgrade cycle.
Motorola A854 "Miley" >> Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i "Rachael" >> HTC A7272 "Dizzy" >> Motorola MB860 "Trixie" + SONY C5302 "Spiffy"
 
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wow..seriously speechless..but then never mind. if its fail, I still can grab custom rom that based on at&t ics right?
 
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Yes. I do hope we get an official ICS release, though.
Motorola A854 "Miley" >> Sony Ericsson Xperia X10i "Rachael" >> HTC A7272 "Dizzy" >> Motorola MB860 "Trixie" + SONY C5302 "Spiffy"

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