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Droid Bionic and ICS

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Does anyone know or heard rumors as to when the Bionic will be getting ICS?

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Nothing has been confirmed yet, and if you decide to wait for the OTA update then you could be waiting a LONG time. OEM's take forever to release updates and it is aggravating to me when you consider the moding community works for free and gets updates out in a month or two

http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2012/07/26/droid-bionic-to-get-ics-update-as-razr-gets-bug-fix/

 

If you want to consider rooting then you maybe to get an early Alpha or Beta build of ICS for your device. IDK what is available for the Bionic but it is worth a read at the very least

http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1004

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The Bionic is actually the first android phone I have had that worked so well for me out of the box that I haven't felt a need to root, however the geek side of me will eventually pull me to the dark side yet again. :)

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Really, a Motorola out of the box worked? lol I always root my devices,even when i tell myself im not going to. You get so much more out of your devices. Overclocking, ad blockers, notifications light modifiers, pixel density changers, audio amplifiers, and the most important, custom ROM's.

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You get so much more out of your devices. Overclocking, ad blockers, notifications light modifiers, pixel density changers, audio amplifiers, and the most important, custom ROM's.

 

None of which I have a need for out of a phone that is 99.9% used for business calls/emails. Don't get me wrong the geek in me loves to modify the hell out of every device I own, but like I said the Bionic has been so spectacular and funcional out of the box I have not had a need.

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