Android 4.0 for Droid RAZR, RAZR MAXX and Rezound Likely Coming in May

It appears that we might finally have some light on when Verizon plans on rolling out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Motorola Droid RAZR, Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX and the HTC Rezound.

According to an internal Verizon document, secured by a reddit user and found by Droid-Life, the carrier is currently testing the software for all three updates with testing for the Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX Android 4.0 updates set to finish on May 17th and the HTC Rezound’s update set to finish on May 7th.

Now, again, as with all of these leaks, Verizon’s plans could change. However, if all testing goes well, we will probably see those updates roll out soon after the testing period ends.

We have already seen several rumored dates come and go for both devices but thus far, this is the most credible leak as it is clearly an internal screengrab from Verizon’s system.

In addition to those three devices, it appears that the Motorola Xoom Android 4.0 update is ready to go. Testing appears to be done and Verizon is apparently just waiting on the green light to start sending out the software.

That means it could be only a matter of days before 4G LTE owners of the Xoom finally see Ice Cream Sandwich.

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The journey to Android 4.0 has been a long and arduous one for Rezound and Droid RAZR owners, the devices have been out since 2011, but it looks like we might finally have an end in sight.

Keep those fingers crossed, folks.

  

Comments

  1. david clarke says

    not enough and too late going with the htc one s, i am sick of waiting for the ics on my moto razr we should have had it in q1, it seems everyone but motorola and google owners will get the ics first we should be the ones getting it first,brassed off is putting it mildly.
    disgrace on motorola and google for this charade.
     

    • Pdgriffin1 says

      I would half agree, but hey we bought the phone as is. Knowing the history of moto no supprises here. I enjoy charging my phone only once or less every day. This is the reason I bought the phone, not the promise of ics. I laugh as others curse as there phones die :)

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