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No ICS is a real issue
Sith77
Member

Unfortunatly I disagree with certain posters as saying that there are too many posts and complaints from other users stating that it's getting erritating reading the same thing over and over . I do see no ICS yet as a HUGE lagit issue . It's supposedly supposed to fix a lot of the current bugs and issues with the rezound such as wifi issues , mms , memory Lock up , app management , contact sync issues , etc..... Soooooo not having ICS yet on a device that it was advertised as supposed to have by now is a problem . <Comment deleted. Discussion of moderator activities on the public is not permitted per the > Now I know some of you will start with " oh we'll ya know they have to update slowly as not to slow down their network , not cause connectivity issues , yadda yadda yadda <Word filter avoidance> apple says update coming on xx/xx/xx gues what happend on that date ???? You update and it's there , PERIOD .......... The world moves on , no networks crash , cyber dyne doesn't create an artificial robot that travels through time to take out a user for crashing their connections .......... And that's MILLiONS of phones updating ......... So I don't wanna hear that . ....... Sorry but Verizon /HTC I think ALOT of your users are gonna be lost come October when iPhone 5 is announced/released. Ya know cause for one we will still be waiting for the ICS update while jelly bean starts rolling out to Motorola . Then that will be the new excuse , " oh sorry but motorola needed the air time to update the razr............"

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Re: No ICS is a real issue
commonsense101
Sr. Member

does att have an htc phone on ice cream as old as the rezound?

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Re: No ICS is a real issue
Ranzound
Member

They'll be happy to know that after this update they'll never, ever have to worry about fooling with updating me again or adding bloatware as far as I'm concerned. That's a promise. I'll be taking the appropriate measures to ensure my own updates from here on out.

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