Why? Because it was released before the Razr? I don't think that is relevant. A lot of phones were released before the Razr.Originally Posted by jroc
Of course, people who bought the Bionic will see it much differently. But based purely off business, it makes sense to update the RAZR first. Why give someone the option of a free phone with essentially the same features as a phone that will cost a couple hundred dollars up front plus the two-year contract?
Current lineup: Galaxy S5, iPhone 5S, Note 10.1 (2014)
Previous smartphones: Note 3, HTC One, Note 2, Galaxy S3, One X, RAZR MAXX, Galaxy Nexus, Rezound, Note, iPhone 4S, Bionic, Stratosphere, Charge, Vitality, Incredible 2, Thunderbolt, Palm Pixi Plus, Droid 3, Fascinate, Incredible, Droid Pro, Droid 2 Global, Droid X, Droid, Treo Pro, Touch Pro 2, Touch Pro, Q9m, XV6800, XV6900
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I'm excited for the update as much as I am dreading it. I'm so used to the layout of my phone now its going to take some time to get in sync with ICS. For those that installed ICS themselves, does it work nicely and without bugs?
Hated ics layout at first. Now i wouldnt go back to gb. Love the multi tasking, freeze bloatware and speed.Originally Posted by Squeak87
When you upgraded, did your coverage get worse? Unfortunately, mine did. I was successful installing it on my first try with Matts 1.7 utility. Root as well. Only downfall is the signal/coverage.Originally Posted by eddiekeyton
Matt probably uploaded the ics available to Soak testers.. Which may have bugs in them which makes sense BC thatdb the sole purpose of it. The ota update would prob fix all problems...my best would be on the 28. BC takes 2-3 days to test.. A Day to polish bugs and finally release..Originally Posted by mhaas75
Thanks. Maybe I am miss understanding you but, do you think I should wait until another release comes out and then try that release? Thanks again.Originally Posted by shahzaib10