Geez I've really been turned off by the Android/Bionic community lately. So many complaints about ICS. After months of everyone acting like it was the biggest controversy in the history of the universe that we didn't have our update yet. Two news-flashes for you. 1) ICS didn't break anything on your phone. 2) Even if it did, it would only prove why they need to take their time releasing these updates. We already knew the update for the Razr was a mess. So they tried to take their time and fix all the bugs, and everyone was ready to disown Motorola and never purchase from them again because of the delays. Occam's razor. The simplest explanation is probably the right one. Is it more likely that, after months of testing and rejected versions, Motorola still released an ICS update that broke everyone's headphone jack, SMS capability, no audio comes out of the speaker, etc? Or could it be possible that you haven't even tried a factory reset, you have some apps that are causing conflicts with ICS, or worst case scenario (but still not the fault of the ICS rom), something is specifically wrong with your device, not every Bionic running ICS? This forum sounds like a bunch of ungrateful whiny children this week. Stop trying to crucify Motorola. Stop trying to make it sound like they purposely would have released something that didn't work. Many of us are having a wonderful experience with the ICS rom. The problem, like always, is that people tend to be more vocal when they are unhappy, and stay quiet when they are satisfied. So people who are having no issues aren't flooding the forums to talk about their experience. Only the people who probably caused the problem themselves are coming out of the woodwork to say that Motorola is the spawn of satan. Try a factory reset. Or get in your car and go to the Verizon store. Nobody said you had to figure these issues out by yourself. If you aren't savvy enough to understand the update process and how to handle it in the first place, you probably shouldn't be trying to find out how to fix it yourself either. The money you pay Verizon every month isn't just for service. It also means there is a store full of people waiting to help you at no extra charge. They released an official update, they owe you support for it. It's not like you flashed an unofficial ROM and messed it up yourself. Stop posting your complaints online, take your phone to the store, and ask them to fix it for you without messing up your data.