The Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update has leaked once again, another sign that the software could be close to rolling out.
Watchful eyes have discovered yet another Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich build coming from Motorola’s servers and this version is 6.7.235. This version is the latest leak in a series of Android 4.0 leaks for the Droid Bionic and it’s yet another sign that Motorola is hard at work trying to get this update finalized.
From what we’ve seen thus far, it doesn’t look like there is a ton new with the latest update which is also a sign that the final version from Motorola could be on its way to Verizon soon.
Before taking the plunge, owners of the Motorola Droid Bionic will want to know that upgrading to .235 is risky. Those who wish to have the ability to go back to Android Gingerbread should think about not installing this update. .235 appears to halt the upgrade path back to Gingerbread. Yes, there appears to be an unstuck utility but it’s still risky so we advise owners to wait.
Those who have never flashed these types of files before will want to hold off entirely and wait for the official update to arrive.
Motorola has promised Droid Bionic owners that the software will roll out sometime during Q3 of this year which means it might be out in July, August or September.
From the looks of things, there appears to be a chance that the update could arrive sooner than August or September but with nothing official announced and no sign of the update moving to Verizon, that could very well be wishful thinking.
Leaks are a good sign though and the Droid Bionic has seen many of them so hopefully we’ll hear something soon.
We’ll keep an eye out for further developments.