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28th April 2012, 05:18 AM |#11  
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A 61 mb update to ics.... Sounds sketchy to me.

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Yeah no crap dude, it's NOT the ICS update... it's just another Gingerbread maintenance release.
 
 
28th April 2012, 05:21 AM |#12  
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Seriously hate the fact that ics has been delayed so heavily

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28th April 2012, 06:07 AM |#13  
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Seriously hate the fact that ics has been delayed so heavily

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What do you mean delayed heavily? It was announced not too long ago, and given no eta, so how can it be delayed?

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28th April 2012, 04:23 PM |#14  
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Imho, anytime a phone 1 year old or less has to wait 6+ months for a new Android OS upgrade, the OEM is failing to live up to Google and more importantly, the customers, standards.

The number of casual users who won't even recognize the fact that their phone upgraded from 2.3 to 4.0 is the number two reason these companies don't push hard to keep their phones up to date. With the number one reason being money. It's more profitable to lock out 1 year old phones from staying up to date, making that new device running the new version of Android more enticing and a possible sale from people who fall for gimmicky sales tactics.

Realistically Google wants every phone to be on ICS right now. At least, any phone that has the hardware to run it. Which in all honesty, is any mid range phone from 2010 and up. Certainly a flagship 2011 phone should be quite capable of running ICS, don't you think? So whats the only other possible explanation? See paragraph 2 and it'll be easily understood.
29th April 2012, 12:03 AM |#15  
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Imho, anytime a phone 1 year old or less has to wait 6+ months for a new Android OS upgrade, the OEM is failing to live up to Google and more importantly, the customers, standards.

The number of casual users who won't even recognize the fact that their phone upgraded from 2.3 to 4.0 is the number two reason these companies don't push hard to keep their phones up to date. With the number one reason being money. It's more profitable to lock out 1 year old phones from staying up to date, making that new device running the new version of Android more enticing and a possible sale from people who fall for gimmicky sales tactics.

Realistically Google wants every phone to be on ICS right now. At least, any phone that has the hardware to run it. Which in all honesty, is any mid range phone from 2010 and up. Certainly a flagship 2011 phone should be quite capable of running ICS, don't you think? So whats the only other possible explanation? See paragraph 2 and it'll be easily understood.

+1 money, money, money

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29th April 2012, 03:34 AM |#16  
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While is sucks that it takes so long to get an ICS update (even though I sold my Thunderbolt and got a Bionic...not that it will get official ICS any sooner), I do understand where the OEMs (and the carriers) are coming from...there's really no money in updating obsolete phones.
29th April 2012, 03:48 AM |#17  
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Sorry I didn't post a link, my bad. Saw the tweet I got and was in a rush. Wish it was ICS update :S...

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29th April 2012, 09:36 PM |#18  
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It's really nothing to get excited about, I unrooted, flashed back to stock, installed the leaked update and found...... nothing but a few bug fixes, etc. It had no effect on my use of my T'bolt which is now re-rooted and back to running Thunderstick Bareback which works for me and may or may not work for you.
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While is sucks that it takes so long to get an ICS update (even though I sold my Thunderbolt and got a Bionic...not that it will get official ICS any sooner), I do understand where the OEMs (and the carriers) are coming from...there's really no money in updating obsolete phones.



ummmmm....our phones are obsolete????? Just because phones came out after ours doesn't mean it's obsolete. In fact any other phone on Verizon right now (as far as specs, not release date) is a downgrade.
30th April 2012, 12:17 AM |#20  
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At the current rate of new phone introduction "Hopelessly Obsolete" means any phone that's been out a week!
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