As we reported last week, the Sony Xperia Ray would be getting Android 4.0.4 “Ice Cream Sandwich” in the near future, and that near future is now. Vodafone have just announced the availability of the update over on their blog this afternoon. To get started with the update, you’ll need to download Sony’s PC Companion software (link) and connect your device to your PC or Mac. This update will more than likely be the last major platform update for the Xperia Ray, so make the most of it! Let us know what you think of the update.
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A little while ago we told you about the Vodafone Foundation’s AppAid event, where developers can come together and work on some pretty nifty app ideas for some prominent charities. Over 48 hours, St Johns Ambulance, the Leukaemia Foundation, Oz Harvest, Starlight Children’s Foundation, NSW Wires and The Centre for Volunteering, are just some of the charities that will be working collaboratively with developers to build apps to help support their communities. The finer details can be read on our last post, but we teased that Vodafone Foundation had lined up a fairly prominent venture capitalist as a guest judge,[Read More...]
The Sony Xperia Ray will be getting a major update in the next few weeks according to Vodafone’s software update report. The device which launched earlier this year will go from Android 2.3.4 “Gingerbread” to Android 4.0.4 “Ice Cream Sandwich” — a satisfying update for sure. “Approved by Vodafone, awaiting roll out by Sony.” As the update has already been approved by Vodafone, it’s now in the hands of Sony to push out the update, and when that happens we’ll be sure to let you know of the details. Stay tuned!
Another device mentioned by Vodafone in their software update report was the HTC One X. Although the update might not be as major as the one coming for the Galaxy S III, Vodafone have signed off on the Android 4.0.4 update and are now waiting for HTC to initiate the roll-out process. “Approved by Vodafone, awaiting roll out by HTC.” The update will bring performance and security enhancements as well as a version number bump. This update will be rolling out very soon, and was we hear more we’ll let you know.
Vodafone has published their weekly software update report, and the Galaxy S III is indeed a worthy mention — as we reported a little earlier today. Vodafone have confirmed that Samsung will be submitting the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III soon. “Manufacturer preparing update for submission to Vodafone for testing.” Vodafone don’t have an exact date, obviously, so one can only assume a release date for end users. We’re thinking some time in early October, or maybe late September if everything goes without a hiccup. Are you excited, Galaxy S III owners?
Vodafone have today hinted at the much-anticipated Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III. In a tweet sent to myself and Chris, Kieran from Vodafone gave a quick insight into what can be expected from today’s Software Update blog post on the Vodafone site — with the Galaxy S III being a notable entry. @ozcjr @prymal81 You know how I said we should wait for news on the GT-i9300T? Today’s Weekly Wrap just might have some… ^K — Vodafone Australia (@Vodafone_AU) September 5, 2012 Once the blog post goes live on the Vodafone site, we’ll be sure to[Read More...]
Vodafone have approached us and asked us to promote something for them, and we’ve decided to do it. Why? Because it’s for a good cause. Vodafone is asking for programmers, developers and designers to donate their time to help charities build smartphone apps for their communities, under Vodafone Foundation’s 48 hour hackathon event, aptly named App Aid, to be held in Sydney from 20 to 22 September. App Aid is supported not only by the Vodafone Foundation, but by Facebook and Samsung too – it has some pretty big backing. Participants have the opportunity to get themselves, and their ideas,[Read More...]
Vodafone Australia have today confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v will be receiving Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” in the form of an over-the-air update from today onwards. While it still isn’t the latest version of Android (4.1 “Jelly Bean”), at least you’ll be finally off the tablet-specific Android 3.1 “Honeycomb”. The update is a staggered-release, so if the update isn’t ready for you today, it will certainly be available in the coming days. There’s no confirmed size for the update, though, as always, we highly recommend charging the battery to full and connecting to a stable internet connection[Read More...]
Vodafone has just advised that maintenance release 2 for Android 4.0.4 is rolling out to the Galaxy S III. There are a few new upgrades to applications in there as well as updates to features and some bug fixes, you can see the full information in their FAQ but the basics are here : Applications Upgrade to Google Mobile Services v4.0 r3 Updates to included Samsung Applications (S-Memo, S-Suggest and S-Voice etc) Introduces AllShare Cast Device Features Brightness slider now included in notifications shade Change to dialling animation and browser bar Refreshed power button pop-up menu Other minor user interface[Read More...]
It’s with good grace that I happily accept defeat, Vodafone has delivered -for real this time. Vodafone Nexus S customers are currently receiving the Jelly Bean OTA upgrade on their handsets as we speak, if you haven’t yet received it go to Settings > About Phone > Check For Updates and you should receive a prompt to install but it is a staggered rollout so don’t be alarmed if you haven’t got it just yet. Vodafone have delivered pretty well despite the early setback. Big thanks to the Vodafone software team and in particular Kieran Mcilwain for this one, it’s[Read More...]
Starting to see reports that Vodafone Nexus S users are seeing Jelly Bean being pushed out to their Nexus S this morning. First Tweet we saw was from Taufiq : Jelly Bean is now installing on my Nexus S – thanks to @vodafone_au ! @ausdroid — Taufiq Khan (@tfqkhn) August 8, 2012 I confirmed he is on an Australian Vodafone Nexus S and is using an Australian SIM. Seen a second tweet from Slarv : @ausdroid Received Jelly Bean OTA. On my Crazy Johns Nexus S this morning. Did Vodafone lose the challenge? — Slarv (@Slarv19) August 8, 2012 He[Read More...]
Vodafone has just updated their Blog to advise that HTC will begin the long awaited update from Android 2.3.4 to Android 4.0.3 to Vodafone branded EVO 3D handsets, the update will begin from 1PM today. As per all rollouts I would hazard a guess that this update will be staggered also so keep checking Settings > About Phone > Check for Updates. The Full Statement HTC will begin rolling out the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform upgrade for EVO 3D handsets sold by Vodafone in Australia. This is a platform upgrade and will introduce a number of new features and[Read More...]
Vodafone have updated their blog mentioning that the Android 4.0.4 “Ice Cream Sandwich” update for the Samsung Galaxy Note will begin rolling out to users from tomorrow afternoon. Not all users will receive the update at the same time, it will instead be a staggered release with a portion of users getting the update over a few days. The update will be available over the air (charge your phone up + have a good data connection) or via Samsung Kies desktop software. As always, let us know how it goes!