Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Jun 2012 20:50 UTC, submitted by fran
Google "Google is making another attempt to fix the Android update problem at the Google I/O conference. The plan is to give smartphone, tablet and chip manufacturers earlier opportunities to adapt their current and new hardware to forthcoming Android versions. Google said that it hopes that this will allow users to receive their updates faster. To achieve this, Android executive Hugo Barra announced a 'Platform Development Kit'." I have my doubts.
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RE[3]: Nice but ...
by Nelson on Fri 29th Jun 2012 22:25 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Nice but ..."
Nelson
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2005-11-29

The Nexus S took months to get ICS. The "Nexus" branding is no guarantee.

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RE[4]: Nice but ...
by Fergy on Sat 30th Jun 2012 05:30 in reply to "RE[3]: Nice but ..."
Fergy Member since:
2006-04-10

The Nexus S took months to get ICS. The "Nexus" branding is no guarantee.

I read 6 weeks.

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RE[5]: Nice but ...
by Nelson on Sat 30th Jun 2012 22:18 in reply to "RE[4]: Nice but ..."
Nelson Member since:
2005-11-29

You're wrong.

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RE[4]: Nice but ...
by WorknMan on Mon 2nd Jul 2012 01:03 in reply to "RE[3]: Nice but ..."
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2005-11-13

The Nexus S took months to get ICS. The "Nexus" branding is no guarantee.


True. For us Verizon Galaxy Nexus users, it'll probably be 2013 before we get an 'official Jellybean update, but once Google releases the build to GSM phones, hackers will have it ported in no time ;) Don't wanna unlock your bootloader? Then go buy an iPhone. Nothin' wrong with that.

Edited 2012-07-02 01:03 UTC

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