emmadog wrote: Did he happen to mention what year?
Did he happen to mention what year?
lol true customer care will say anything just to get you to stop calling and waking them up but then when we do get it most will be unhappy because of lack of understanding the changes that the rom will have NOTE IF WE GET IT, but hey look at all the happy peaple that got there ICS on the sensation lol 90% are aready unhappycould just be a lack of understanding and missing free wi-fi opps, buy a new phone with ICS?why? lol maybe just root it custom rom? or just use it its not broken is it? me? lol i did root but not using a custom rom works great still dont even use tethering dont need to 4g works just great also wi-fi video calling is nice at times when neededoh yaaa but the wait loli feel like a kid in my dads car asking him are we there jet?lol you wana injoy your galaxy SII like it is for now like i said go to the sansation forms and see what there saying abut there ICS
kungfubass1961 wrote: but hey look at all the happy peaple that got there ICS on the sensation lol 90% are aready unhappycould just be a lack of understanding and missing free wi-fi opps,
but hey look at all the happy peaple that got there ICS on the sensation lol 90% are aready unhappycould just be a lack of understanding and missing free wi-fi opps,
I read the forum. Looks like people are unhappy most with the changes in features. Nothing a new APK couldn't handle.
Odd, I almost bought the Sensation over the Galaxy SII.
Well the T-Mobile kernel, radio, and /system that "leaked" a little bit ago it running beautifully on my GSII.
Is there ever going to be an update for the regular Galaxy S phone?
Wrong thread my friend. But the Galaxy S is officially dead to Samsung and T-Mobile. XDA Developers is your friend.
Why are people saying T-mobile is the last to update? if you guys havent noticed T-mobile might be the first to update ICS on the SGSII.
maybe randomname meant to add "in the US"?
maybe but didn't. here's who does/doesn't/will http://www.engadget.com/updates/devices-ice-cream-sandwich/
So... ...is it too early to start a thread asking when we get Jellybean?
Go for it. I'll start one on Key Lime Pie!
Haha! We will never get jelly bean. The carrier model is to not update phones so you buy new ones. Without drivers, the hackers won't be able to either.
I've been running ICS on a Vibrant that hasn't even received an update to Gingerbread, so I think the developers' community will find a way, if necessary.
Your assertion that the carrier model is to promote new phone sales is one that I hear regularly, yet no one is able to describe the commercial process which makes sense of that claim. Perhaps you can?
Here's my take: the prime purpose and objective of the carriers is actually to sell service contracts - that's where they make their money. They therefore use phone sales to support that process.
To be precise, they use the appeal of a two-year cycle of attractive subsidies to generate two-year contract renewals. However, if they were to favor the approach you describe, they would drive customers out of that cycle in the least advantageous way for the company.
Being in mid cycle, there would be no subsidy available to the customer for the new device, meaning they would have to pay full retail price without the need to renew their contract.
Twelve months later, where is the incentive to re-up for a new two-year contract? There is none. TM would have voluntarily broken their hold over the customer, from a contractual continuity point of view, in pursuit of a relatively small profit on the sale of a phone. It makes no sense.
I do not want it until it's proper. Granted that I want the better Bluetooth pairing for using a ps3 with it, but I can wait for them to use all other inferior phones as the Guinea pig for our phone. HTC was supposed to get ICS before us and Motorola was supposed to get it first. We got a new issue of gingerbread and supposedly (in some areas of the country) the UVKL1 is not quite as fast as the UVKID modem. I would rather have the very best coming out of Tmobile on this phone. This one is Tmobile's holy grail of phones. They do not want to destroy this one. I came off the Motorola Cliq MB200 with a terrible update from donut to eclair and you do not want a sloppy software update. Let's them diagnose the issues with the HTC models so we get the best. Do you honestly feel that this is the worst Android phone ever? Really need that face unlock feature that bad?
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