Update leaks for Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt, brings bug fixes but no Android 4.0 Verizon Wireless’s first ever LTE enabled smartphone is getting the Ice Cream Sandwich treatment soon. According to Verizon’s official list of phones that are getting the ICS update, the Thunderbolt is next in line to get the much anticipated update for the Android operating system. Even though the phone was on the list, there was no information immediately available as to when the update will be sent out. Word on the web is that the Thunderbolt will be getting one more maintenance update before the Android operating system gets updated. The update, version 2.11.605.19, is the one the company is talking about, but the release notes have not been issued which is something that typically happens about one week before the update is sent out. As of right now, the Verizon Wireless support page for the Thunderbolt is not showing the change log. According to online sources, the change log includes enhanced features and resolutions for issues that customers have complained about since the phone launched back in March of 2011. The update will not be the new Ice Cream Sandwich update, rather an update to the original Gingerbread build. According to the posted change log the update will include CMAS (Commercial Mobile Alert System) support IPv6 over eHRPD Mobile Hotspot disconnecting Previous state ID being displayed on incoming call Viewing Yahoo email with mail app – body of message disappears Support for Cisco Any Connect VPN VZNav version updated (184.108.40.206) Volume adjusted when in HAC mode URL for VVM updated Birthday mismatch while adding birthday and saving to contacts BUA+ updates Device stability resets Retry for abnormal picture download for Facebook The HTC Thunderbolt is the perfect candidate for the new Android operating system and hopefully users with the phone will get to see that update this year.