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#61 captmilk

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 11:52 AM

Last month, I believe it was, that we saw the GSM ICS version leaked and now we see a CDMA/VZW leak. Hopefully they both are released soon

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 11:56 AM

I'm sure they'll soak test this, but how cool would it be to just wake up one moring to ICS OTA? :D

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 11:59 AM

I noticed in one of the screenshots that the "Webtop" version information was unavailable. I assume it's not setup or installed yet? With that said - chances are this ICS version isn't exactly complete as of yet.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:21 PM

This looks soooo freaking nice! Cannot wait for this to come out. This I getting better by the week.. Gnex my ass, DROOOIIID
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 12:25 PM

This looks soooo freaking nice! Cannot wait for this to come out. This I getting better by the week.. Gnex my ass, DROOOIIID


We should thank all the Gnex people for beta testing ICS for us. :-p

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 01:18 PM

so this is what the local verizon store manager had to say about why the company pretty much ignores us. We're in the minority. He personally was a business major and could care less about technology. Most management types he believed were the same - they look at dollars not version numbers. It's all about how many phones get sold, he said. The Nexus, having ICS already, is actually the most returned phone in the store. The least being apple (he didn't like them either) That was what he saw from his position - numbers of returns and sales. And that's the general opinion of higher ups in the company. They don't look at or care about if we have an unlocked bootloader or want to root our phones. For them, that would actually make returns increase - so they have a vested interest in keeping things clamped down. As for ICS, he couldn't say specifically but felt it was due to the numerous issues with the Nexus. He did offer to have the local "data guy" call me - someone who would know a lot more about the technical side of things. This fella was nice, though he didn't even know what a bootloader was. I somewhat feel that verizon is less out to screw me and more out just to save their own asses. In any case, ICS won't be here for a while unless someone rips it off a beta test and posts it. It's happened before.....

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 01:25 PM

so this is what the local verizon store manager had to say about why the company pretty much ignores us. We're in the minority. He personally was a business major and could care less about technology. Most management types he believed were the same - they look at dollars not version numbers. It's all about how many phones get sold, he said. The Nexus, having ICS already, is actually the most returned phone in the store. The least being apple (he didn't like them either) That was what he saw from his position - numbers of returns and sales. And that's the general opinion of higher ups in the company. They don't look at or care about if we have an unlocked bootloader or want to root our phones. For them, that would actually make returns increase - so they have a vested interest in keeping things clamped down. As for ICS, he couldn't say specifically but felt it was due to the numerous issues with the Nexus. He did offer to have the local "data guy" call me - someone who would know a lot more about the technical side of things. This fella was nice, though he didn't even know what a bootloader was. I somewhat feel that verizon is less out to screw me and more out just to save their own asses. In any case, ICS won't be here for a while unless someone rips it off a beta test and posts it. It's happened before.....


Lol, I don't believe any major business has the debates of 'How can we lie to and screw over our customers without any other reasons for our actions." That is just the end result of the decisions they have made. In reality, I believe the appropriate move for them at this point if they do not wish to conform to the promises they made would be to release everyone from their contracts, but that would cost them a fortune.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 01:27 PM

so this is what the local verizon store manager had to say about why the company pretty much ignores us. We're in the minority. He personally was a business major and could care less about technology. Most management types he believed were the same - they look at dollars not version numbers. It's all about how many phones get sold, he said. The Nexus, having ICS already, is actually the most returned phone in the store. The least being apple (he didn't like them either) That was what he saw from his position - numbers of returns and sales. And that's the general opinion of higher ups in the company. They don't look at or care about if we have an unlocked bootloader or want to root our phones. For them, that would actually make returns increase - so they have a vested interest in keeping things clamped down. As for ICS, he couldn't say specifically but felt it was due to the numerous issues with the Nexus. He did offer to have the local "data guy" call me - someone who would know a lot more about the technical side of things. This fella was nice, though he didn't even know what a bootloader was. I somewhat feel that verizon is less out to screw me and more out just to save their own asses. In any case, ICS won't be here for a while unless someone rips it off a beta test and posts it. It's happened before.....


Why is this a surprise? Welcome to capitalism.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 02:46 PM

You can come to your own conclusions about this file but lets not burden anyone with an over abundance of questions. If you don't know what that means read between the lines.

Thank you for understanding :)

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:06 PM

You can come to your own conclusions about this file but lets not burden anyone with an over abundance of questions. If you don't know what that means read between the lines.

Thank you for understanding :)

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whoot :)

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:34 PM

i have to agree, the fact that he was nice enough to show us this stuff and confirm it's existence should not make him the target of harassment - or even questions. As a whistleblower, he should be praised but you can't expect him to go so far as to release the rom. In all likelyhood, high up moto people already know where this is coming from and he will be lucky to keep his job.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:47 PM

i have to agree, the fact that he was nice enough to show us this stuff and confirm it's existence should not make him the target of harassment - or even questions. As a whistleblower, he should be praised but you can't expect him to go so far as to release the rom. In all likelyhood, high up moto people already know where this is coming from and he will be lucky to keep his job.


Why would you even release it directly? You wouldn't--you'd pass it to someone else to send along. Hopefully something useful comes of it for us all.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:58 PM

the screen shots says webtop version unavailable, is this why ics is not released yet? Still ironing out the wrinkles..

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 08:27 PM

the screen shots says webtop version unavailable, is this why ics is not released yet? Still ironing out the wrinkles..

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It only says that because webtop is not attached. My transformer prime says "mobile dock version not available " when its not on the dock.

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 09:22 PM

so this is what the local verizon store manager had to say about why the company pretty much ignores us. We're in the minority. He personally was a business major and could care less about technology. Most management types he believed were the same - they look at dollars not version numbers. It's all about how many phones get sold, he said. The Nexus, having ICS already, is actually the most returned phone in the store. The least being apple (he didn't like them either) That was what he saw from his position - numbers of returns and sales. And that's the general opinion of higher ups in the company. They don't look at or care about if we have an unlocked bootloader or want to root our phones. For them, that would actually make returns increase - so they have a vested interest in keeping things clamped down. As for ICS, he couldn't say specifically but felt it was due to the numerous issues with the Nexus. He did offer to have the local "data guy" call me - someone who would know a lot more about the technical side of things. This fella was nice, though he didn't even know what a bootloader was. I somewhat feel that verizon is less out to screw me and more out just to save their own asses. In any case, ICS won't be here for a while unless someone rips it off a beta test and posts it. It's happened before.....


No offense dude, but you must be pretty new to the Android scene. This is how it's always been, should come as no surprise. The managers at your local stores don't know or care anything about the devices, and the executives only see them as a means to an end. The carriers sell plans, and cool phones bring in new customers and make existing ones resign. They don't want you to have a bad experience, but their main interest in your device is that it provides reliable radio performance so you can enjoy the network access you pay for.

We're definitely in the minority, you have to realize that most customers like upgrades, but don't care enough to make a fuss. They will, however, be upset if their phone gets less reliable or something doesn't work. So keep in mind what their priorities are, what makes them money, and accept it. Be glad we have awesome devs and get some cool leaks, and be happy. Don't give us a bad name by being an ass to people who have no control over these things, or even any idea what you're talking about.

No offense intended, just a heads up! 8)
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Posted 20 February 2012 - 09:35 PM

No offense dude, but you must be pretty new to the Android scene. This is how it's always been, should come as no surprise. The managers at your local stores don't know or care anything about the devices, and the executives only see them as a means to an end. The carriers sell plans, and cool phones bring in new customers and make existing ones resign. They don't want you to have a bad experience, but their main interest in your device is that it provides reliable radio performance so you can enjoy the network access you pay for.

We're definitely in the minority, you have to realize that most customers like upgrades, but don't care enough to make a fuss. They will, however, be upset if their phone gets less reliable or something doesn't work. So keep in mind what their priorities are, what makes them money, and accept it. Be glad we have awesome devs and get some cool leaks, and be happy. Don't give us a bad name by being an ass to people who have no control over these things, or even any idea what you're talking about.

No offense intended, just a heads up! 8)


+1

This is why I am more concerned with the lack of bootloader unlock than ICS being rushed out. That puts only the more knowledgeable users, or those foolish enough to play around with a bootloader without knowing what they are doing at risk. Have their tool throw up a few warning messages about how it voids our warranty, etc, etc to make it clear they aren't going to feel responsible for those of us that like modding.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 06:40 AM

Many customers don't even like upgrades. Change scares people. Those if us on these boards, thrilled by bleeding edge technological change, are thrilled by it. I know more than a few "normal" Android users that switched to iphone because they said Android got too many updates. They didn't even know what the updates did, but their basic consumer assumption is that if an update is needed, it's evidence of a less than quality product at the start. The consumer sentiment was "another update? Why can't google get it rightthe first time?"

I know, i know, facepalm.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 07:29 AM

Good morning, please keep all posts in this thread on topic. If you want to talk about customer svc reps and or iphone items lets create a new thread for that.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 09:02 AM

Many customers don't even like upgrades. Change scares people. Those if us on these boards, thrilled by bleeding edge technological change, are thrilled by it. I know more than a few "normal" Android users that switched to iphone because they said Android got too many updates. They didn't even know what the updates did, but their basic consumer assumption is that if an update is needed, it's evidence of a less than quality product at the start. The consumer sentiment was "another update? Why can't google get it rightthe first time?"

I know, i know, facepalm.

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No change doesnt scare any true android user. That's for apple users that are scared of change so they live behind their walled garden at the hanging fruit.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 09:50 AM

Good morning, please keep all posts in this thread on topic. If you want to talk about customer svc reps and or iphone items lets create a new thread for that.


+1 guys all this talk should be in the off topic lounge

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 10:16 AM

Good morning, please keep all posts in this thread on topic. If you want to talk about customer svc reps and or iphone items lets create a new thread for that.


Has an administrator reached out to dragon974 to verify these photos are real? Just posting photos with no discussion behind them after 24-hours is just not normal. What’s the point with this post if no other input?

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 11:40 AM

I too would like to know if this is the real thing. The ONLY reason I choze the Razr over the Galaxy Nexus was the many complaints/shortcomings of the Nexus itself.. I almost got it anyhow because of ICS, especially since VZ/Moto wont be giving us our upgrade anytime soon.

This leak would mean that most if not all of the major bugs in the currrent port would'nt be there. I for one with a houseful of kids really hate the iea of a "broken" camera..plus the newer Moto goodies are nice.

Here's hoping this is real and gets shared soon! :)
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Posted 21 February 2012 - 12:08 PM

Has an administrator reached out to dragon974 to verify these photos are real? Just posting photos with no discussion behind them after 24-hours is just not normal. What’s the point with this post if no other input?


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Posted 21 February 2012 - 12:20 PM

so im guessing that with this leak that we see a beta or some working version like the gsm had a few weeks back and a short while. i wonder if someone looked in the right place that file is up on some file sharing site.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 12:26 PM

My guess is its out there *somewhere..
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Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:37 PM

shock value


This has been answered :)

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 03:54 PM

I hate do drag this thread back up, but one thing just struck me...

Why is the build # 6.7...? If it goes 6.11 to 6.12, how does that build # make sense?

:-D :-D


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Posted 21 February 2012 - 03:55 PM

I hate do drag this thread back up, but one thing just struck me...

Why is the build # 6.7...? If it goes 6.11 to 6.12, how does that build # make sense?


Hey gtalk me.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 04:31 PM

I hate do drag this thread back up, but one thing just struck me...

Why is the build # 6.7...? If it goes 6.11 to 6.12, how does that build # make sense?

Maybe with moto's infinite wisdom or verizon they start over with the numbers with ics. so these maybe the test builds until they get up to 6.11/12

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 10:15 PM

I spent about an hour going thru the net with a fine-toothed comb looking for somewhere to grab this build. No luck. I'm willing to bet it's real still, but if so those in-the-know have it locked in a close-knit shared vault awaiting something(which I'm sure will be a good thing if true).. I say this because I'm usually fairly savvy about where to search..lol

Definitely was interesting to see at least 30 pages/articles pointing straight at this thread and site, though :D
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