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NS4G gets Ice Cream sandwich starting Feb 16th.


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Good news for NS4G owners like me! Stock and no Alpha or Beta builds. Hopefully coming to other phones soon.





Nexus S 4G Ice Cream Sandwich Update Starts Feb. 16th


After much debate of which device would be Sprint’s first smartphone to carry Android 4.0, it appears the burning question has been answered. Our pals over at AndroidPolice have gotten hold of an internal screenshot which pegs the highly anticipated Nexus S 4G Ice Cream Sandwich update for a February 16th release. Like most software updates, this will most likely hit over a matter of days. If you’re among the lucky ducks that happen to get hold of the software push during its first wave, be sure to share your experience with us and the rest of the world.

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I thought of you when I read this earlier today. I pictured a big grin on your face. Now if we can just get ICS for the E4GT and I too can have a matching grin.

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I wouldn't put the odds at very high. Seems like devices with equal specs are getting shafted by OEMs to get ICS upgrades. However, it is possible as other devices from your OEM get upgraded to ICS, it will give MODers a better opportunity to create a custom ICS ROM for your device.

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