Official Android 4.0 ICS for HTC Rezound Now Available for Download
Motorola was the first to deliver the update for its Wi-Fi only Motorola XOOM, but the upgrade is available for an extremely limited number of users.
Samsung has recently started to roll out the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II, but delayed the upgrade for the Galaxy Note for Q2.
There's a high chance that the second company to announce the availability of update will be HTC. The folks over at Android Police have just got their hands on an official Android 4.0 (build 3.11.605.22) ROM for the HTC Rezound.
Although this is a release candidate for the OTA (over the air), there's no telling is it's indeed the final version of the update.
Aside from the leaked ICS ROM, AndroidPolice got their hands on the official changelog as well. It appears that this update brings the following changes:
- Android OS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich;
- CMAS support added;
- IPv6 over eHRPD supported;
- Update to HTC Sense 3.6 UI;
- Caller Name ID app added;
- VMM/BUA plus updated;
- New storage UI (under settings menu).
Lots of issues have been resolved as well, including Hotspot data stalls, Google Talk app formatting, Wrong time displayed in and around Phoenix, AZ, and others.
Keep in mind that there are two versions of the update available for download, a stock Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich that will break root, and a pre-rooted version that keeps the root.
The file needs to be renamed to PH98IMG.zip and placed onto the root of the SD card. To flash the ROM simply reboot into the bootloader by holding Volume down and Power buttons.
For more details on how to download and install the official Android 4.0 ICS ROM for HTC Rezound, head over to AndroidPolice original post.
Download Android 4.0 ICS for HTC Rezound