The internal testing process has begun for the Ice Cream Sandwich update to the Nexus S, according to several posts made to Google+ by Google employees. Googlers using the Nexus S are receiving an early build of Android 4.0 as an OTA update in order to evaluate its performance and test for any final bugs during daily use. The news is a good sign that Nexus S users who don’t work for Google should soon be receiving the update, though members of Google’s team were quick to point out that there are currently no final plans for a larger rollout of the software. The posts have since been removed, but initial word is that the build is looking pretty good. With a recent volume bug uncovered only after the launch of the Galaxy Nexus, we expect Google to run over the OS update with a fine-tooth comb before giving it the final stamp of approval for the Nexus S
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