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Old October 19th, 2011, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want the lastest new on this. is it even gonna come out for the Inspire? if so when? what is gonna be different? how do you guys feel about it?

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i keep hearing things about ICS but i have no idea what it is. anyone want to explain it.
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i keep hearing things about ICS but i have no idea what it is. anyone want to explain it.

Ics is the next android os, i read it's a mix of gingerbread and honeycomb

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It'll likely come via cyanogenmod 9 (i cant wait ) before htc brings an offical update.
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If HTC brings any update to it at all, it will not be for a while, as they still don't have 2.3.4, then making the jump to 4.0 and adding Sense 3.0.X
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Going a little off topic, I honestly see no point in ICS. I don't know why Android wants to mash up Tablet and Phone OS into one OS when that one OS is going to be either running on a phone or on a tablet. Unless this is for development purposes, but I don't know anything about that.
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Going a little off topic, I honestly see no point in ICS. I don't know why Android wants to mash up Tablet and Phone OS into one OS when that one OS is going to be either running on a phone or on a tablet. Unless this is for development purposes, but I don't know anything about that.
They're trying to limit fragmentation and present users with a unified system on their phones and tablets.
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yeah i really wanna know if ice creme sandwich is coming to the phone or not too! If so then I will definitely be looking to buy this phone w/o contract.
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today i got a notification for download complete, i thought it was just something i downloaded earlier it but it said ice cream sandwich. i clicked it and it disappeared, so i have no idea what it was. i dont have ics though, or anything ics related. i got excited for a minute but now im just confused
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HTC Inspire? Either you are lying, trolling, or both. The Inspire will never get ICS, you need to root and flash a ROM.
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Not necessarily lying or trolling.
I got some pretty weird popups like that when I got infected with an AirPush virus. Installing AirPush Detector found the guilty app and I was able to delete it. All is well.
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At the beginning i thought there would be ICS for the Inspire, at least not by HTC. This because of being a single core phone. But then I heard Sony Ericsson is getting it for all the 2011 Xperias, so I guess we might still have a chance.
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i doubt an official update. assuming the rate our technology keeps increasing then by the time an ICS update comes in a year the inspire will probably be a dinosaur phone. if not to us, at least to the corporate heads at HTC when they judge the profits to be made by updating a phone.

if you do want ICS i would just go with rooting the phone and getting it. i think cynanogenmod v8 is supposed to be 4.0.
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i doubt an official update. assuming the rate our technology keeps increasing then by the time an ICS update comes in a year the inspire will probably be a dinosaur phone. if not to us, at least to the corporate heads at HTC when they judge the profits to be made by updating a phone.

if you do want ICS i would just go with rooting the phone and getting it. i think cynanogenmod v8 is supposed to be 4.0.
Cyanogenmod 9 will be ICS.
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XDA has a few ports already for the Inspire. I've tried it and it is smooth. The killer right now is no camera support. When they get that done it will be my daily driver.
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Do I understand that it won't come until the end of the year?

Also will I have to unroot my phone? (I'm on stock rom)

Is it possible to unroot? I've been confused about that.
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Do I understand that it won't come until the end of the year?

Also will I have to unroot my phone? (I'm on stock rom)

Is it possible to unroot? I've been confused about that.
If you want the official release from HTC/ATT, then yeah, you probably will have to wait until the end of the year. And yes you would need to unroot your phone to get it. However, I'm sure there will be fully functioning custom ROMs available before the official release. And those would be free of all the bloatware that ATT will add.

You can use the AAHK to unroot the phone. There is an option to "Return to Stock" and Radio S-ON.
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Thanks. I was hoping there was a way to unroot. It's been a while since I ran AAHK...I thought it said not to run it again, but apparently that was only so you wouldn't try to root it twice.

While I haven't put a custom rom on my phone yet, ICS might cause me to do that.
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I assume this includes the Inspire since the Desire in on the list.

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Are there any new news about the ics update for htc inspire 4g. any news would be appreciated.
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AT&T has released a statement naming 10 additional phones to get it, the Inspire is not on that list.

I do not believe it was ever said to get it, though the Desire HD is said to get it.
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When Desire gets it soon there will be Inspire rom for root.
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When Desire gets it soon there will be Inspire rom for root.

Right you are.
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Yup, AT&T didn't list the Inspire/DesireHD on that list. So it may be out on other carriers for the DHD, but nope for the Inspire unfortunately
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A lot of people are exited about this but there are some things to keep in mind. I have tried out several versions of ICS and the only particular advantage that i can see for us is a data usage feature that you will find in the settings. Other than that you are not going to see a huge difference from gingerbread accept for the way that it looks and the way that you interface with it. Honestly rather than waiting for this update for the inspire I would wait for your upgrade and get into an LTE capable phone with ICS stock. These devices are coming soon anyway. If you have your heart set on ATT sending you an official ICS update I very much recommend factory resetting your device BEFORE you do an update like this btw if it indeed ever really does happen. The initial release is sure to be buggy anyway and if you have apps on your phone that are not very well developed then it could jam you up.

Long story short is that ICS is not going to make your inspire any more of a super phone than it is already. If you are just exited about staying on the forefront and having the biggest baddest thing on your phone you already missed out on getting ICS before anyone else. Several of us have tried 10 or 12 versions of it already Get into an LTE phone down the road and when it comes time we will all be drooling over 5.0 Jellybean ;P
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Thanks. I was hoping there was a way to unroot. It's been a while since I ran AAHK...I thought it said not to run it again, but apparently that was only so you wouldn't try to root it twice.

While I haven't put a custom rom on my phone yet, ICS might cause me to do that.
You won't need to go completely custom rom or de-root, just reject the ota update when it comes and within a few days someone will have posted a rooted stock ics rom that you can flash with clockworkmod.
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There are a few custom ICS roms out there for the Inspire, I recommend the AOSPx build by existz, its what Im running and its pretty awesome. But the HTC list posted above does say the DesireHD, so I wouldnt be shocked if HTC released it. I would probably unroot for that, since I love sense.
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by the time it gets released, we well probably already have Jelly Bean roms out
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If you go to the HTC website you will find no mention of the Inspire 4g. You cannot find it on the support page and if you do a search on their site, it will come up with one result that makes no mention of the Inspire 4g. It is like this phone never existed.

My hope, and I hate that four letter word, is that because this is the same phone as the Desire HD it will be getting the update. The reason I say this is that when you are on the Google Play Marketplace and purchase an app, you are asked what device you want to install it to and the phone comes up as the Desire HD. Also when I pair my BlueAnt Q2 headset to any of my phones it says the model of the device you connected to, mine that I have are the Inspire 4g and it says Desire HD, the Atrix 2 and it says MB865 and a crappy Blackberry Curve 8300 and it says Blackberry 8300.

Just my 2 cents.
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I'm definitely interested in checking out the upgrade since I've heard there will not be anynew software updates in the future, but I have a couple of questions for those who have done this upgrade:

Can the inspire really handle this without slowing the phone down?
Does the change to ics drain the battery faster?

I.think that's it for now. Thanks!
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Shameless advertising, but I found an ICS rom that has almost full functionality. Video Cam requires 3rd party app, and some glitches, but so far (15 minutes of use lol) so good. Yes, it does need root. I wouldn't care much about the stock camera app anyways, its complete crap compared to Sense camera apps (although I have yet to find an even decent Sense camera replacement).

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HTC Inspire? Either you are lying, trolling, or both. The Inspire will never get ICS, you need to root and flash a ROM.
Actually, there will be official ICS + Sense 3.6 for the Inspire. HTC is building it, but AT&T isn't going to push it out. You would still need to root, but it's better than flashing all those ROMs, with some functions working, others not. I'm rockin the PrimoS ROM. It's ICS and Sense FOUR, but the camera and flash don't work, and the speeds are pretty pathetic... Perfect example. My point: it's still good for us who are rooted
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If you go to the HTC website you will find no mention of the Inspire 4g. You cannot find it on the support page and if you do a search on their site, it will come up with one result that makes no mention of the Inspire 4g. It is like this phone never existed.

My hope, and I hate that four letter word, is that because this is the same phone as the Desire HD it will be getting the update. The reason I say this is that when you are on the Google Play Marketplace and purchase an app, you are asked what device you want to install it to and the phone comes up as the Desire HD. Also when I pair my BlueAnt Q2 headset to any of my phones it says the model of the device you connected to, mine that I have are the Inspire 4g and it says Desire HD, the Atrix 2 and it says MB865 and a crappy Blackberry Curve 8300 and it says Blackberry 8300.

Just my 2 cents.
You're correct. The Inspire is the AT&T version of Europe's DHD. They're EXACTLY the same, practically twins, so everything that works on the DHD will work on the Inspire. I've tried, it works.
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You're correct. The Inspire is the AT&amp;T version of Europe's DHD. They're EXACTLY the same, practically twins, so everything that works on the DHD will work on the Inspire. I've tried, it works.

Well, any rom for the DHD usually runs on the inspire with a small tweak for Bluetooth and the sound
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Did this update fall apart?

I noticed that the Desire HD was crossed off and officially axed from receiving ICS due to 'customer experience', given the crossovers with Inspire, and not a single mention of it, I take it Inspire is also off the list.

It's 2013, over a year since it was mentioned back in March of 2012.
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