What would Verizon (of all companies) put on their staging server? A virus? A broken build? One filled with problems, issues and instability? No. It was a release candidate
. Something Google
submitted to them, they looked at, signed off on and put on their server for testing. The rumor was that it got pulled because there was no way to side-load it. For example, if someone took their phone to an in-store rep and complained about connectivity/stability/SIM/data issues/etc, the rep couldn't update the unit on site. That's obviously been fixed because the last people that were able to install it did so with the build on their phone and flashed directly from it.
The fact that there's a working, stable, **hardware accelerated**, updated ICS build that's running perfectly fine on my and hundreds of other RAZRs means what? That you should wait for this soak test, then a couple more weeks, then that OTA rolls out, then another couple weeks, then a soak test, then another couple weeks and then ICS? Can you really justify waiting 6-8+ weeks when we were PROMISED 4.0 in Q1 of 2012? Whoever's whining/complaining about problems, please point them out? I want to see what (potential) issues this build might have? Right now I have absolutely none.
I guess what I'm asking is: What did Verizon put on their server if not the official ICS, 4.0.3 build, dated March 25th
? And for whatever it's worth, that's about the most updated build of ICS in existence. You want to know what 4.0.4 brings? Faster screen rotation. Go ahead and hold out for that...