I laugh at how Rogers always stalls and delays the rollout of newer FW/SW because they're worried about how it will effect their bloatware that I would never purchase/use. For starters, I like the earlier poster would be happy with 4.0.4 for now as it addresses some issues...there should be no delay on this. I realize the delay on Jelly Bean has it has to be fully tested but even that takes Rogers far too long. People who buy the top end phones care about having the latest/greatest FW/SW, we don't want to wait 6 months to a year for something that is out there and works.
It's annoying because now I am going to have to waste my time figuring out how to unlock the phone and update to 4.0.4 by myself. Ughhh.
It would be nice to have some comment to this, from anybody from Rogers. I came from a Nexus device and having to wait this long for an ICS update is silly. Nexus are already on JB. I don't really want to unlock it yet but if there is no omment soon I might just have to. At least i can remove Rogers crapware.
I guess it wasn't today for 4.0.4 and sense 4.1... I really don't understand why a small "dot" update can take so long to reach customers. HTC originally released it over a monh ago! I mean, maybe I'm missing something.... I would understand for a major OS release though.
I now understand why fragmentation has always been Android's achile's heel.
Finally, I am now scared to ask for the Jelly Bean update. Is it still possible to think that it will occur in 2012?
Well JB has been announced for Oct realese. Rogers are we going to see this one month behind everybody else?
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