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Telstra: HTC Sensation, Velocity 4G to get Android 4.0 in early March; Galaxy S II, Xperia Arc S in early April

Telstra have recently updated their software updates page on their website. New additions include the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the HTC Sensation And Velocity 4G to go ahead this month. The Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Update has been handed over to Telstra for testing and they’re expecting an early April release — we’re thinking it’ll be late April. Telstra are also hoping to received the ICS update from Sony for the Xperia Arc S in the middle of this month for an early April release.

Props to Telstra for keeping us and their customers in the loop about upcoming updates for devices.

 

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kkkkkk
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kkkkkk

haha early March. It is late May it is not there yet!

KoNG
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KoNG

just had a quick look at colleagues Velocity running ICS and sense 3.6..
definitely snappier than my sensation..!!   arrgghhh  upgraditus

Vrk
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@telstra- Early march????????? March is almost gone you morons !!!!!!! April is here. Where the * is ICS on my sensation ? what about my xoom3g ??

jimjoners
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jimjoners

htc sensation. waiting.

gemini67
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Has anyone heard what happened to ISC for telstra’s Sensation?

Leigh Kennedy
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Leigh Kennedy

It could be late March for the HTC Velocity 4G with Telstra’s track record for dawdling.

Mathewtheaussie
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Mathewtheaussie

Early March is officially done. We are now mid March. I won’t be even slightly shocked if Telstra delay it till April. Their original eta was late Feb don’t forget. To be fair I’m sure filling a Rom with bloat takes time……..

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Troy Knox
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Troy Knox

Impatiently checks calendar..

dario67
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Andreas
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Andreas

I wonder what early march means….it’s now the 9th and still no update for my Sensation…..

dario67
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MrJT
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MrJT

Have fun with no Facebook sync…I’d almost bet it will be 4.0.1 or 4.0.2…A step behind the rest of the world…Thanks Telstra

David W. Campbell
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Once Telstra release the Velocity update, we can pinch the HBOOT files and then update to 4.0.3 on Xda Developers 😀

dario67
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dario67
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no Facebook sync ?

David W. Campbell
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 nope, ICS sense has none natively, but there are plenty of apps that do it from the “Play Store”

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