Around a month ago we reported on the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Telstra Samsung Galaxy S II 4G being delayed.
Fast forward one month and Telstra have just made another announcement regarding the update – via a community forum post. It seems Samsung have once again delayed the OS update due to “requirement for a mandatory update of the Google components of the software to meet Google certification requirements.”
This delay is also affects the Telstra Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9″ Ice Cream Sandwich update and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean Update. There’s no word on any specific dates when we can expect Telstra to finally push the updates out to the public at this stage.
And it’s not just Samsung causing Telstra headaches. Telstra also announced – via another community forum post – that the eagerly awaited HTC One XL and HTC One S Jelly Bean updates have been delayed, though they anticipate the Android 4.1 updates will still be available “before end-2012”.
And Anyone still running the Telstra HTC Desire S will be disappointed, as HTC have cancelled plans for an Ice Cream Sandwich update for the device, and so no further platform updates can be expected.