Today’s trend in the mobile world and especially for Androiders is the latest OS upgrade from Google – Ice Cream Sandwich, an Android version released four months ago (November 2011) but still missing on most of mid-range to high-end devices.
For bold HTC Rezound owners the wait could end today that if you dare and also have some knowledge on how-to flash a ROM.
Android 4.0 build 3.11.605.22 is not the final version that HTC will be pushing out when the time comes, but rather a beta candidate for the OTA (over the air).
Change log Android 4.0 Build 3.11.605.22:
- Android OS 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
- CMAS support added
- IPv6 over eHRPD supported
- UI updated to Sense 3.6
- Caller Name ID app added
- VMM/BUA plus updated
- New storage UI (under settings menu)
- Changing pin causes EULA to be displayed
- Wrong time displayed in and around Phoenix, AZ
- EAS message – “Client/Server Conversion Error”.
- EAS message – “Exchange policies have changed”
- EAS message – “Certificate Error”
- Home screen partially blocked with black bar
- Hotspot data stalls
- Removed power mode settings (which forced device into CDMA only)
- Group message not displaying originating MDN
- Call button not disabled when using voice commands
- People widget displaying two different birthdays
- Verizon Location Agent removed – impacting battery life
- SSO athentication fails for VCAST Tones
- “To” field text deleted if device is rotated (in Compose or Forward Voicemail)
- Google Talk app formatting
For the download links (mirrors) head over to Android Police website.
Note: The stock ROM’s will break the root privileges if you dont want to lose root there is a pre-rooted version *but it requires to be on stock if you want the new radios.