Originally Posted by marc12868
That's not completely true. VM has to be the one to organize the update. Motorola can make an update, but its up to VM to release the update to the general public, meaning its both VM and Moto that have to agree (or LG, or HTC, but Moto specifically for the MT.)
Read the quote from a previous post Sharpe made, regarding Motorola's dev phone policy. If Motorola is refusing to even give *that* a chance, let alone releasing the kernel, then there's little recourse through given channels.
I still remain hopeful that VM and Motorola change their mind, I just don't expect it considering what was posted about Motorola.
And honestly? It seems more like the VM stuff is all just standard form letters. Like "your opinion matters. Thanks! We'll send it to the higher ups."
Also-while 2.3 is a start, that's not ICS. I'm appreciative of whatever we have, and the dedication of devs who work their butts off to give us righteous software. Just don't expect it formally with an endorsement from the big companies who has teh moneis.