Another Android 4.0 build leaks for the HTC Rezound

A new version of the Ice Cream Sandwich build for the HTC Rezound has surfaced, bringing a few changes from the last installment and pushing us one step closer to an official rollout. The latest is pegged as build 3.13.605.7 and based on Android 4.0.3. It looks like we’re still not at a point that Verizon would release the update to the general public, but this release candidate should help cure the insatiable appetite for Ice Cream Sandwich that some Rezound owners no doubt exhibit. Head over to the source link for all the info and a download.

[via AndroidPolice]

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  • Justibasa

    Hopefully it doesn’t take you off upgrade path.

  • wtpanos

    Would be messed up if rezound owners get 4.0.3 before me, un rooted Gnex 4.0.2 on Verizon

    • leoingle

      Because gnex owners should always get it first, huh? Climb down off your rag.

    • http://www.mark717.com Mark Seven

      Should feel good enough that u got ICS at all while we have to wait forever.  You’ll get ur update guaranteed. Us? Not so much…

    • RobMorris

      if you know the difference between these updates and havn’t flashed a custom rom, you might have the wrong phone

  • King_James_The_Wicked

    You are a day late and a dollar short on this news…

    • https://openid.aol.com/opaque/fd6cdeba-3264-11e1-bc45-000bcdca4d7a ingua2

      You bring nothing to the conversation.

      • leoingle

        And you do? Jus sayin…..

  • avengers

    This is better than the vivid. Vivid was the first to get ics. Thankyou att

  • http://www.mark717.com Mark Seven

    So this doesn’t need root??

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/PMAN2Q4HRJPFTNVU62NOWKIEUA Lewis

      No, it’s an official build.  You just need to flash it.

      In fact, I don’t think it works with root at all.

      • http://www.mark717.com Mark Seven

        So I just download it to my computer and move the file to my sd card? Which one do I download?  There’s 3 links on the page.

  • Bob Allen

    I’ve been running it for about 16 hours now and it’s stable. Probably not the final, but I’ll use it for now and see what the “official” OTA update brings and what various Devs do with this. Regardless, keeps life interesting!  :-D

  • rstripes72071

    Just drop the official OTA update, already!