Sony provides ICS beta for unlocked Xperia Play devices
0. phoneArena posted on 30 Mar 2012, 12:19
Sony is offering up a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich to developers and Android enthusiasts with unlocked Xperia Play devices...
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1. the_s2 posted on 30 Mar 2012, 12:56 1
First one to promise ICS, will be the last one to deliver. Here I am, waiting with my Ray for over six months while my SII had it since two months. Latest report suggests Ray, Neo V and Arc S will get it by mid April, while others have to wait longer.
2. Zephyron posted on 30 Mar 2012, 13:20 1
If your SII had it 2 months ago, then it ain't the official one, but rather a leaked one
ICS builds (basically near final but without Gapps, BT and WiFi) for the Ray was outed well over a month ago by Sony Mobile and can be flashed onto the Ray with BT, WiFi and Gapps flashed over in recovery
Data is working as well, and they have a more power efficient kernel up and running for the Ray that also supports overclocking
My Ray is running ICS Build 4.1.c.0.7 from Sony with an overclock at 1.4GHz, full market access, 2G/3G fully functioning, face unlock in place and whatnot with better power efficiency with any of the stock GB builds, everything's stable and GPU rendering is a go
Others have their arc S running at the same stage, same goes for the NeoV already, and given the Beta of the Xperia Play, folks also already have their Play up and running without the WiFi, BT and Gapps cripple
All the Xperias running ICS now have root access as well
3. MobileCaseReview posted on 30 Mar 2012, 13:31 0
Yeah i was about to say. The SGS II official one was just recently released. Kudo's Zephyron!
4. the_s2 posted on 30 Mar 2012, 13:41 0
Yeah 'course it was a leaked one! Got it on the official one last week :)