Official Android updates
- Motorola Droid RAZR: just received a maintenance release called build 6.11.748, and is supposed to fix the SIM error notification, improve camera features and quality, enhance stability, improve 3G / 4G data connectivity and update group message notifications in email. [Droid-Life]
- Motorola Droid Bionic: yet another update, build 5.9.901, has pushed out to the Bionic. This one, much like last week's version, offers a significant amount of fixes relating to Visual Voicemail, 4G data connectivity, missing SMS alerts while on a call, Bluetooth, choppy audio, eternal sleep mode and plenty more. [Droid-Life]
- HTC EVO View 4G: Sprint's version of the Flyer is now getting Android 3.2. To get it now, we're told that you just need to go into settings to check for system updates; otherwise you'll receive the prompt to do an OTA download sometime early next year.
- Samsung Captivate Glide: an OTA upgrade that boosts the Glide up from Android 2.3.5 to 2.3.6 has downloaded onto our review unit.
- Samsung Galaxy Note: we've received tips that some people are getting updated to Android 2.3.6.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (GT-P7500): it appears that Android 3.2 is now available for download via Kies. [Samsung HD Blog]
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc / arc S / neo / neo V / Play: A new build called 4.0.2.A.0.62 is rolling out. It's a minor bug fix that improves memory management, and is targeted at the Middle East / North Africa region. The firmware remains at 2.3.4. [se-nse]
- Acer Iconia A500: two small updates have arrived, build 7.014.01 and 7.014.02. The updates offer the latest version of Android Market, as well as improved UI and keyboard speeds. [Android Central]
- HTC (multiple): HTC released the kernel source for the Vivid, Salsa, Flyer, Incredible, Incredible S, Desire S, Sensation and Explorer on its HTC-Dev site. [HTC-Dev via Android Central]
- HTC Sensation: An unofficial Sense-based ROM was released on XDA-Dev. [Android Central]
- Motorola Droid X: The Droid X has also received an unofficial ICS ROM. It's based on CyanogenMod 9 and a few things -- such as camera, MMS and voice input -- don't work well on it so far. As always, be careful if you choose to try it out. [Droid-Life]
- Pre 2 and 3 owners greeted by webOS 2.2.4 update
- Nokia publicly acknowledges Lumia 800 battery bug, promises fix in next update
- Google sticks Nexus S ICS update back in the freezer
- Nook Tablet update closes sideloading loophole
- Kindle Fire 6.2.1 update breaks root, disables SuperOneClick utility
- Sony issues apology and software update for first batch of Vitas
- Motorola Xoom gets unofficial port of Android 4.0.3 ICS
- Dell Streak 5 receives official Gingerbread update
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