lol! when android 5.0 comes, i bet 95% of people would still stuck on 2.2 and 2.3
and thats because of not having official ICS on our NOTE,,,,
come on sammy,, show us some love.. after 2 million units sold in south korea? :)
That's a serious problem. 6 months gone and Google still unable to deploy Android 4. Next time they shouldn't release Android 5 until all drivers are ready for deployment. First they should send beta system to hardware manufacturers and force them to hurry on drivers and ROM customizations. Then, deploy it.
As of me - I decided not to go with TI next time. All they have is just OMAP 3 and OMAP 4. Half a year and still no drivers for OMAP 3 with tiny merges in code time to time. Next i'm going to buy is going to be tablet, then it will be nVidia or Qualcomm. Second isn't hurry as well, but at least they already have Android 4 drivers for outdated MSM7227.
i don know why Samsung is not announcing official update of ICS worldwide, how can this be popular then ...
Gingerbread 2.3.6 is fine for me no issue at all, will stay for a long time thanks for the article.
Gaurav, 02 May 2012Why GGB still a king???
because there is no official ICS update for Samsung Galaxy S devices.There are at least a dozen official ICS update for I9100. Please be informed well before commenting.
And that comment i posted after using XXLPQ 4.0.3 ROM for 6 straight weeks. It was crap, that's all.
I am just woundering when will HTC give an update to its smartphones for 4.0 ics?
LoL I was already making a lots of advices of ICS but not body listen (here at my place) now people still crying by the useless ICS is (for now).
But realize this people Android is not the fail here, the real fail came from the manufacturers and their thousands variants of Android (own makeup)
Realize Android is fragmented and if they don't solve this the updates will be as useless as ever...ICS is good but when TouchWiz, Blur, Sense, etc, etc came around everything goes to the trash bin...
Raffa, 02 May 2012I'd love to be able to DOWNGRADE back to Gingerbread, ICS (4.0.3) is not good for my SGS2... o... moreI agree that the RAM usage is higher but it runs better. That and it solved my Wifi bug which appeared after the last 2.3.6 update.
Wouldn't wanna go back. It works fine now. About battery... I was already charging it like every smartphone I've owned so far, every day.
ics still cant gain market share due to slow update of ics from samsung
I'd love to be able to DOWNGRADE back to Gingerbread, ICS (4.0.3) is not good for my SGS2... on Gingerbread my RAM was usually at 250 - 280 MB during the daily use - now on ICS it's at 380 - 420 MB with the same level of using and the same apps being used... is that what they consider a step ahead? looks like a step back to me, at least in terms of power consumption... besides that, ICS is clearly faster, no doubt about that, but it comes with the coast of less battery life which is just the wrong direction...
Why GGB still a king???
because there is no official ICS update for Samsung Galaxy S devices.
Anonymous, 02 May 2012Fragmentation all over the chart :Dso what ??
is every iphone running the same os ??
is every computer running the same os ???
there are little to none apps that work on only a specific version of os, so ... who cares ?
Android shall soon take over the entire mobile, tablet, TV, education, government, military, and robotic world.
We humans will also have android computers embedded into us.