Just a day after the Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update release date inched closer to release, another leak has spawned today which means Motorola is closer than ever to releasing the software to Verizon for testing.
The leak again comes from DroidHive, by way of Droid-Life, and today’s leak is .230 up from yesterday’s leak which was .229. The update was again pulled from Motorola’s servers and it’s quite clear that Motorola is hard at work prepping this software for a roll out.
In fact, due to the frequency of the updates, Motorola could very well be winding down the upgrade process and making the preparations to send the software over to Verizon.
Of course, if Verizon finds something it doesn’t like, and it often does, then the software might get pushed back from an original target date, a target date that we still don’t know.
Motorola has said that it will be rolling out the Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update during Q3 of this year which gives it a pretty big window.
Q3 consists of the months of July, August and September which means Droid Bionic owners could be waiting close to two months for the software to arrive.
Hopefully, these leaks mean that something is closer than that though.
For those that are well-trained in installing unofficial software, the Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update is at your disposal right now.
Those that aren’t familiar with the process will want to hold off for something official and from the looks of things, we could be close.