a good site to get updates on the release plans direct from Samsung.
Geez, it appears that they have no idea about Tmobiles devices getting the update. Unacceptable after 6 months of the phone being available on Tmobile.
Really T-Mobile! Seriously, come on... This has to be a joke, a bad one.
http://phandroid.com/2012/04/24/samsung-confirms-smorgasbord-of-american-devices-to-receive-ice-cream-sandwich/ another article that shows t mobile is clueless..
Ugh. Let's start another thread about not having ICS and being ****** about something that was never promised to us.
I think we will still see new threads no matter what you post as the new poster is not looking at previous threads...ha
Not ****** just getting aggravated. I always seem to upgrade just before a new system comes out. Just bad luck I guess. But it would be nice to see t mobile be the first with something instead of last. All that said I like my galaxys2. Just getting a little bored with it that's all
am sure that t-mobile samsung S2 will get the up date, but true there are a lot of post being made up on this topic wish makes it harder to understand whats realy going on, but for those who dont have the samsung S2 any more and is getting the newer phones coming out in respect to us who still do it would me nice to not come in these post adding there unwanted replys wish has no help to our wait on the ICS.
There are still various launchers you can try to change things up a bit. Try Go Launcher or ADW Launcher EX
Samsung phone and tablet owners can now see which devices are on the list to receive the latest flavor of Android.
A Samsung support page breaks down the devices due to receive ICS based on carrier.
But T-Mobile customers are in limbo, with no specific devices listed as of yet. Samsung reports that it's been in touch with T-Mobile to make sure eligible devices receive Ice Cream Sandwich in the coming months and will provide more details when available.
ICS + T-Mobile = S.O.L. Check the link out
What was the given date on the AT&T devices again? How about Sprint? Verizion? Oh they listed devices but not dates. And you think that somehow them not saying Galaxy S II T-Mobile T989 we are SOL. SAD.
I kinda don't care. I mean I do, but I don't. I don't want to run T-Mobile's version anyway. People are developing away on the AT&T version... debranding, customizing and all that. I figure that before T-Mobile releases something, the AT&T version will be tweaked well enough for me to use as a daily driver.
Would it be nice if T-Mobile did what they should? Yeah... it would mean yet another development thread with a new base but perhaps with stuff ported over from the AT&T base development. So that'd be nice I guess.
What I want from T-Mobile is a frank statement as to what their reason(s) are for not delivering. There could be good reasons. It could be reasons of not wanting to spend the money on the development and QA testing. (Hint: Hey, T-Mobile, there's this discussion board full of people who would be willing to perform QA testing for you...) I just want something I can accept and respect you know? Leaving us without the benefit of understanding what's going on just says "we don't think you deserve to know."
You do know that, Samsung released that information, not T-Mobile.
You do know that there is a certain amount of cooperation between Samsung and T-Mobile where much of what Samsung puts out is reliant on T-Mobile's willingness.
We are in close communication with T-Mobile to ensure that eligible devices are upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the coming months and will provide updates as we have additional details to share.
I think the message is pretty clear. T-Mobile is lagging where everyone else (Verizon, Spring and AT&T) is not. Samsung released the information it has meaning T-Mobile is the party which is holding everything up.
My friend I was gonna write a long reply about the radio in the phone and the processor being different and an explanation as to this and that. You know if firmware release dates are your hot button so be. Have fun with your next carrier.
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