Just got ICS 4.0 update todayGeneral


  1. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    I just did a update check "for fun", and whoops there was an update for 4.0 :)

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  2. tyler79durdan

    tyler79durdan Well-Known Member

  3. BigD383lt1

    BigD383lt1 Member

    Now that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside... To bad I don't have it yet!
  4. EddyOS

    EddyOS Well-Known Member

    If you're rooted expect your phone to get ****ed very soon...;)
  5. Tink-GB

    Tink-GB Well-Known Member

    What carrier are you on so I can manage my expectations..!?
  6. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    My phone is unbranded and unlocked. Its a "Nordic" phone.

    Looks like its only available in Nordic countries - so far.
  7. BigJT1979

    BigJT1979 Member

    as a Vodafone customer I shall expect to be the last to receive it after they have had their hands on it for a while to check it (check being add bloatware to it) :mad::mad::mad::mad:
  8. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    Yup, it you have a branded phone, you pretty much always have to wait longer for your updates - often much longer :(
  9. sleepingseason

    sleepingseason Well-Known Member

    My phone has Vodafone branding, but in my experience their update process has actually been pretty fast (usually about 2 or 3 days after the general rollout). The bloat's a bitch, though.
  10. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    Don't know how many here have upgraded to ICS. However after the update WIFI isn't working as all. The same thing happened to a friend of mine....
  11. alek_73

    alek_73 Well-Known Member

    Argh ,I was hoping to get the wifi issues solved with the update....
  12. alek_73

    alek_73 Well-Known Member

    Anyway, did you see any improvement, except the WiFi ?
  13. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    I haven't "tested" it sooo much so far.

    Anyway, yes, it runs smoother. Smoother scrolling. The battery lasts longer....

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    What WIFI issues did you have? Nine was working fine before the update.
  14. alek_73

    alek_73 Well-Known Member

    My WiFi access point works fine with computer, ps3 and HTC tattoo. The sensation cannot connect, only way I found is to use static IP
  15. Trollatoppan

    Trollatoppan Well-Known Member

    I seriously hope HTC will fix this SOON :)
  16. mwl1119

    mwl1119 Well-Known Member

    I'm on Cincinnati Bell and my software version is different than any I have seen on any forums (1.46.422.2) so I expect to be the last person to get the official release..... if I ever do.
  17. Hal_Chase

    Hal_Chase Well-Known Member


    Here's hoping they fix the Signal Strength issue that's been plaguing Voda Sensations for months and months....or they could always 'port' the bug across to ICS :p
  18. Tink-GB

    Tink-GB Well-Known Member

    Today, Vodafone UK, just pushed me an update to "Optimise phone to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0"

    It took two seconds to run and seemed to have no effect...

    BUT its a good sign that ICS is on its way to Vodafone UK Sensations...:D
  19. Hal_Chase

    Hal_Chase Well-Known Member


    I also got this last patch night, here's hoping ;)
  20. stueym

    stueym Well-Known Member

    hiya, just bought a sensation, after being happy with my desire.

    what do you mean by this ?.

  21. sleepingseason

    sleepingseason Well-Known Member

    I saw no such update, but I suppose that's a positive sign.
  22. NetGhost

    NetGhost Member

    I also had the optimisation update in preparation for ICS :)
  23. Hal_Chase

    Hal_Chase Well-Known Member

    Look in your Apps for a Voda app called 'Updates', mine was set to manual but when I did 'Check for updates' I got the optimisation/sysprep package people are talking about here.
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  24. Tink-GB

    Tink-GB Well-Known Member


    I'm not surprised some "rooted" users will not be looking forwards to Vodafone's ICS upgrade as there is potential for it to brick their phone I suppose, but with Android being an open source OS, I wouldn't expect it to.

    Of course I will be the first to eat my words if Vodafone's update crashes my vanilla Vodafone Sensation, but otherwise I expect all hardware, radios etc to work as they should (unlike some of the xda versions found there).

    So long as its here before mid-May, my phone will still be in its 12mth warranty! :)
  25. sleepingseason

    sleepingseason Well-Known Member

    Excellent advice, thanks!

    I'm not quite sure I follow, I'm afraid.
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