Verizon posts changelog for Motorola Droid 4 Ice Cream Sandwich update


After a soak test was announced last week, Verizon has posted the complete changelog for the Motorola Droid 4’s update to Android 4.0.4. The 364MB update takes the software build number to 6.16.217 and brings along all the trimmings of Ice Cream Sandwich, including such features as Face Unlock and improved multi-tasking. Additional changes beyond the upgrade to a new Android version include a remote diagnostics tool, improved device stability, and global roaming capabilities.

It is unclear if the soak test has actually commenced, and that will need to happen before the update is pushed to the general public. But with the changelog at hand, it shouldn’t be too long before Droid 4 owners can experience a nice Ice Cream Sandwich treat during these hot August days.

[via DroidLife]

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  1. Funny how they don’t mention that you can disable bloatware now…

    1. Who gave this a thumbs down? Disabling bloatware has been long overdue!

  2. ATRIX?

  3. Wife got the update about an hour ago. She loves ICS

  4. Once again the bionic its low balled. Just like a red headed step child

  5. No DInc 2 yet :(

  6. My wife’s work phone is a Droid 4 and it received the ICS update yesterday afternoon.

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