Ice Cream Sandwich update leaks for AT&T’s Motorola Atrix 2


The last we heard the Motorola Atrix 2 was scheduled to receive Android 4.0 sometime in Q3 of this year. With the end of the second quarter approaching fast, a new leak of Ice Cream Sandwich has leaked for the AT&T handset. Surfacing on Motorola’s internal servers, the update takes the Atrix 2 to software version 67.21.123. News of the leak first appeared over at the XDA Developers Forums, and several developers are currently testing out the update files before making the software available for download. At the moment one thing that seems to be clear is that the update comes with a locked bootloader.

A dash of fresh software should breathe some life into the Atrix 2, which was recently succeeded by the Motorola Atrix HD.

[via XDA Forums | Thanks, Nick!]

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  1. The end of the second quarter is approaching so fast, it happened more than two weeks ago.

    1. Good catch!

  2. hopefully this means ICS for the original Atrix is in tow

    1. One can hope, but “flagship” means nothing to AT&T.

    2. It says Q3… so we will all keep hoping man. Jokersax has done a great job but I’d love to see what legit ICS would be like. Hopefully really smooth.

  3. One can only hope for ICS for the original Atrix. Especially those of us in the LG camp because it uses the same chipset as the G2X which means that we could possibly grab the drivers from that ROM and implement them on the G2X and have proper hardware support for ICS/JB.

    1. Oh, no more LG, still waiting for ics on O2X.

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