Ice Cream Sandwich update available for AT&T Samsung Captivate Glide

AT&T announced that starting today an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is available for the Samsung Captivate Glide. AT&T announced on its official Consumer Blog that the update is available starting today, September 7. Captivate Glide owners will enjoy all the new Ice Cream Sandwich features: the new browser with improved page loading, tabbed browsing, offline reading and desktop mode, and new unlock features such as the...

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No Ice Cream Sandwich for Xperia arc, neo and ray for O2 UK customers

UK mobile carrier O2 has announced that the long awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update for three of its 2011 Xperia handsets: the Xperia arc, Xperia neo and Xperia ray will not be released. O2 on their blog wrote: Unfortunately with the Xperia ray, arc and neo our testing found that the software update affected the phone’s speed and performance. These issues were present on three separate versions of the Android 4.0 software we tested and...

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Xperia S Ice Cream Sandwich roll out begins

Sony Xsperia S, one of the best Android smartphones available on the market, today finally received Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich update and some new unique media applications. Sony announced a new way to experience your music, images, videos and movies with its new "WALKMAN", "Album" and "Movies" applications: The "WALKMAN" application blends the best of signature Sony audio technology with social features; to discover the music...

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Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich – The Transition

Recently , on 29th May to be more specific , Samsung rolled out an Ice Cream Sandwich Update for India based carrier Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100) users via Kies and OTA (Over the Air) . Since then, after updating my mobile I have been engrossed in finding out the particular user interface changes that have been added in the ICS upgrade.  Listed below are some of the changes which I could notice in my phone. There might be other changes too...

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Cooking up a SGS2 ICS 4.0.3 ROM sensation.

One of the great advantages of the Android operating system is the ability to install different firmware versions on your Smartphone. These different flavours of firmware are called ROM's.  Detailed instructions after the jump. They are 'cooked up' by brilliant individuals known as 'ROM cooks', who take a standard Android OS and modify it to make the whole user experience better. Some cooks add personal touches such as better looking...

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