22-03-2012 07:17 PM
Judging by the posts in here, it is clear that no-one has ever owned a modern Motorola phone... I had an Atrix before my GS2 and the upgrades for that were a nightamare
ICS will come at some point, and as far as I can see it will me a minor upgrade!
22-03-2012 07:18 PM
the fun thing is everyone want something they most prob wont notice the difference.
it will come out and people will moan something is wrong why didnt vodafone test it
22-03-2012 08:30 PM - edited 22-03-2012 08:31 PM
most of the people moaning that it's not here are the people who know the difference as they didn't just buy the s2 because they "thought it was cool and everyone's got one" that's what the iPhone it's for.
And regarding people moaning about it when it comes out, of course they will, they're suppose to. ics is 4.0, which means there have been many versions before now, people have moaned and then it's been fixed. That's how an open source os like Android evolves!
22-03-2012 10:46 PM
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23-03-2012 11:29 AM
From experience, Vodafone is not in a rush releasing ICS - just see how long it took to fix a simple GPS issue that hundreds of users were experiencing. We're at at page 7 on this thread ..expect this to grow to 20 before we have the good news
23-03-2012 12:33 PM
You will need a PC with Kies and a USB cable attached to your phone. The update is not available OTA.
Non Vodafone Handset XEU
(Carphone warehouse and outhers) Need Kies and a PC
Vodafone handsets are done OTA Over the Air you need a wifi connection for that not 3G
(Kies will not offer you the update )