As much as I like "clean" androids, I must say that RAZR's gingerbread has a few nice and useful features compared to the stock one, and I expect those features to migrate to ICS.
One of them is that toggle to vibrate on the lock screen, which is mentioned above.
Another one is notifications with individual delete buttons. Those are not ICS features, but rather RAZR's features which I hope won't get lost with the upgrade.
Neither of the two are found on the ICS update for Nexus S, so I hope the RAZR's version won't be as stock.
Having said that, I must say that the RAZR's stock camera app is crap, so I hope they will improve it in ICS.
InvisibleDroid, 27 Jan 2012It's logically that there isn't much progress yet on this new Motorola's Rom, I bet HTC would ... moreWhich, given HTCs record with gingerbread, will be available to new customers only :-)
It's logically that there isn't much progress yet on this new Motorola's Rom, I bet HTC would be the best with it's magnific HTC Sense running on Android ICS.
Counting that Motorola is now part of Google, minimum customization/no customization it's a must.
no point, 26 Jan 2012developers,please let your software be stock. leave the customization to modders and users :Dits a way of making thier UI unique(sense for HTC,touchwiz for samsung, etc)
developers,please let your software be stock.
leave the customization to modders and users :D
It is as good as a Daily bird, already a day over with it.. Loving it so far....
Zengster, 26 Jan 2012It's probably going to end up with a Motoblur skin anyway.I like the Blur on RAZR, previous versions of blur - not so much.
In any case, aren't all now required - from 4.0 and then on - to also include stock UI?
And there's aways other launchers out there :)
It is cool, you pay premium and when they lower it, there is already something else cool. Robert Lichota
shacer, 26 Jan 2012not bad.. it's coolIce Cream was designed to be cool!
Thats smoking.. My RAZR getting the ICS soon enough then............ :)