HTC Sensation users on Cincinnati Bell receive Ice Cream Sandwich


Don’t look now, T-Mobile users, but HTC Sensation owners on Cincinnati Bell are getting a little treat starting today. The regional carriers has announced that an upgrade to Android 4.0 is available starting today. It’ll be an over-the-air process that’ll last a week, so be sure to apply the update through the settings menu or head to a store to get help applying it.

The version of Sense will be stepped up to 3.6. T-Mobile users have been awaiting the upgrade for quite some time. Users anticipated being able to get it weeks ago, but a series of delays blew those hopes into smithereens. We’re sure Magenta faithful will be banging on the doors of T-Mobile after they’re forced to look on in jealousy. As for you Cincinnati Bell customers, enjoy! [via Facebook, thanks to everyone who sent this in!]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. wtffffffffff

  2. I think it’s WiFi Calling that slows T-Mobile’s updates.   When jumping from ROMS you can see stability of WiFI calling crashing.  They probably have to do a lot of testing to make it work right.

  3. Again with the generic ice cream sandwich banner image? There are tons of actual Android cookies made into ice cream sandwiches. C’mon! :P

  4. I wonder what happened to the Rezound update…

  5. I’ve had ICS for a month now on my Tmo Sensation 4G but that’s all thanks to s-off, root and LeeDroid and XDA

  6. Bah. TMobile. My next phone is Nexus whatever. So done with waiting for carriers. Before sensation I had the misfortune of owning a Samsung Galaxy. That non updated phone made me swear off Samsung. I’m a vanilla convert for sure.

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