We're rolling out Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, to GSM/UMTS Nexus S devices over the coming month, starting today: goo.gl/6HRcJ— Google Nexus (@googlenexus) December 16, 2011
Yes, Google has finally started rolling out the highly anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich update to Nexus S update. Google plans to gradually update all the Nexus S devices to the latest version of Android in the coming month. This version is actually the 4.0.3 that was just announced by Google and even the Galaxy Nexus is not running it at the moment.
There is one small problem, though. The update is only available to the GSM/UMTS version of the Nexus S for the moment and not the CDMA version used by Sprint customers in the US. When it will be out is not known at the moment.
The update will be made available over-the-air, so you can manually check on your phone or wait for the notification to appear. However, if your patience has run thin then you will be glad to know that the ICS ROM is available for download and install manually for those who know what they are doing. If you want to find out how to do that, click on the source link below.
I have ICS 4.0.3 on my nexus s, and: -it s full of bugs -runs very slow -need's to much ram -incompatibility with many apps -the agenda is very bad. -many crashes Can somebody help me to downgrade to gingerbread??? PLS post a tutoria...
will I get official ics update on my nexus s if I am rooted?
battery life of my nexus s has gone down to half after upgrade to ICS