The Motorola Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update has leaked out once again, yet another sign that the elusive update is still on the way.
Droid Bionic owners over at DroidHive have once again found a new piece of Ice Cream Sandwich software for the Droid Bionic and this time it’s version 6.7.238.
The software was pulled from the Cheesecake app once again which means that this is a piece of software that comes directly from Motorola. As far as owners can tell, the software is a lot smoother than the previous version of software .235.
However, we still don’t recommend any novice users try and install the leaked software as the process is a bit complicated and there is a high probability of something going wrong. More experienced users can find a detailed instruction guide over on DroidForums.
Those who aren’t familiar with the process should wait for the official update to roll out, something that we have heard could happen as soon as this week but more likely will take place later on this month.
We’ve heard mid-August is currently the slated release window for the Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich update and thus far, we haven’t heard any different which is a good sign that the update is still on the way.
Still, the fact that a new update has appeared is a good sign and it could be that this update might be the final version of ICS though nothing has been confirmed as of yet.
We’re digging for more concrete information in regards to an official Droid Bionic ICS roll out and we’ll let you know what we find.
In the meantime, brave souls who want Ice Cream Sandwich early can take the plunge although again, we don’t recommend it and can’t be responsible for any issues that arise because of the leaked software.