Ice Cream Sandwich build 6.14.84 leaks for Droid RAZR/RAZR MAXX


A new Ice Cream Sandwich build for the Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX has surfaced, and sings point to it being an official release for the Verizon Android duo. The leak bears software version number 6.14.84 and measures in at roughly 343MB, matching the file size listed on a recently exposed Verizon update schedule. Further suggesting that the build may represent a nearly final form of Android 4.0 for the RAZR series is the fact that it requires the most recent 6.12.181 Gingerbread update in order to install. The file should be going public via the folks at DroidRzr.com by the end of the day.

According to the above mentioned release schedule, the update for the RAZR and RAZR MAXX recently entered testing and is expected to go live towards the end of May.

[via DroidLife]


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  1. That’s great…but when will the Galaxy Nexus step up to 4.0.4????

    1. when you stop going into threads about another phone getting the update, and not the nexus. 

      and i write this as a fellow frustrated nexus user (although i have 4.04 flashed)

  2. Root and instal 4.0.4 on your own works just fine.

    1. Is this leak 4.0.4 or 4.0.3? for the Razr

  3. Hazzah! Very excited about this. Been waiting to root for this, it will be nice to get titanium back up back on my device! Now please Moto, let us have our bootloaders!!! My Dinc was amazing with cm7 and I want Cyanogen 9 when it finally hits.

  4. Holy monkey nuts!  That’s a big patch!!!

  5. Hell yeah. You just made me such a happier person. Does anyone know if this ics supports car mode? I use my car mount alot to prevent me from texting and driving.

  6. Uh yeah I don’t have a nexus. Kinda why I commented on this thread. What are you talking about?

  7. So is this ICS build coming by the end of the “day,” or the end of “May?” This little article says both.

  8. Do not download! Takes you off upgrade path. Bad Mojo.

  9. Thumbs up to Moto for not totally mucking up ICS like HTC did.

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