Official Ice Cream Sandwich ROM For HTC Thunderbolt Leaked And Ready For Download


HTC Thunderbolt users are in for a treat today after a leaked official build of their upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update was leaked onto Team BAMF’s forums. Build number 7.00.605.2 takes the Thunderbolt’s firmware up to Android 4.0.3 and brings Sense 3.6 along for the ride.

This is a completely stock ROM with a little root added in for super user permissions which means it should be more than stable (providing this is the final release before the official OTA rollout). Hit the source link (in a few minutes as the site seems to be overloaded) and have fun.



Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Woz is still right.

    1. This was a good phone! I promise! Lol

  2. So much for all the naysayers who kept insisting this was not going to happen.

  3. too bad I’m on a sgs3

  4. Downloading on my wife’s piece of crap thunderbolt now!!!!

  5. Just updated to SGS3 from my first Android phone, the Thunderbolt… This would have definitely made me stay with it a little while longer. No matter what anyone says, this was a decent phone if you overlook delayed updates and horrendous battery life.

  6. My original Thunderbolt (with extended battery from its opening day) runs great and always has. Got an Asus TF700 last week and tether it from this Thunderbolt every day. AWESOME phone.

  7. My thunderbolt runs fantastic not 1 issue

  8. My Thunderbolt runs fantastic not 1 issue

  9. My thunderbolt kept over heating.It’s going back tomorrow.I truly loved the phone,had it not been for the over heating problem.It didn’t matter what battery I used.I’m going to really miss that phone.

    1. All the times it over heated the phone wasn’t being used.I found it that way.It became a big concern.So back it went…I never had a cellphone that over heated like the Thunderbolt. I also noticed it took forever to come on.It also would turn off on a full charge.Started taking pictures all by it’s self..I ended up leaving it flat to make calls..I had enough when I found it over heated real bad in my purse.I put up with a lot,because I loved the phone.I just wished it didn’t over heat.Maybe mine was a lemon.

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