Refresh Roundup: week of June 11th, 2012

Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging for an update. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with maintenance refreshes, bug fixes, custom ROMs and anything in between, and so many of them are floating around that it's easy for a sizable chunk to get lost in the mix. To make sure they don't escape without notice, we've gathered every possible update, hack, and other miscellaneous tomfoolery we could find during the last week and crammed them into one convenient roundup. If you find something available for your device, please give us a shout at tips at engadget dawt com and let us know. Enjoy!

Official Android updates

  • ASUS Transformer Prime: Software version is now available for this Tegra 3 tablet. Most notably, the new software brings support for face unlock and brings fixes for the GPS dongle. Users will also now find Bluetooth HDP functionality, along with a host of bug fixes. [Android Central]

  • Samsung Galaxy S III: The first ever update for Sammy's premiere smartphone is now available as a download over the Kies service. In addition to a new baseband and kernel, the software is said to bring stability improvements. [Android Central]

  • Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR Maxx: June 12th has come and gone, and despite the assertions from CNET's sources, these two Verizon smartphones remain without Ice Cream Sandwich. Now, however, Big Red has taken to Twitter to announce that Android 4.0 is, indeed, close to deployment for these handsets. [CNET]

  • HTC Droid Incredible 2: Verizon Wireless is now sending out a minor software revision that's said to resolve unsuccessful picture downloads from social networks. In addition, the update also brings support for the Wireless Alerting System. [Droid Life]

  • Sony Tablet P: Last we knew from Sony, the Android 4.0 update for this clamshell tablet was set to rollout on May 24th. That never came to be, but fortunately, the software is now being deployed in select regions. In addition to the OS overhaul, the update brings support for mini apps and the ability to launch the camera from the lock screen. [SlashGear]

  • Sony Xperia Ray: Telus is now deploying Android 4.0 for this middleweight smartphone. [MobileSyrup]

  • HTC Amaze 4G: This excellent cameraphone is now eligible for an update to Ice Cream Sandwich courtesy of Mobilicity and Wind Mobile in Canada. [TechnoBuffalo 1, 2]

Unofficial Android updates, custom ROMs and misc. hackery

  • CyanogenMod 9: Code was frozen for the popular Android 4.0 ROM this week, which means that developers will shift their focus from adding features to squashing bugs in anticipation for the final release. In related news, nightly builds of CM9 are now available for the T-Mobile Galaxy S II, the AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the international Galaxy S III. [Thanks, Alex] [Android Central, Android Police, xda-developers]

  • CyanogenMod 7.2: Based on Android 2.3, the first stable batch of ROMs for CyanogenMod 7.2 are now available for a large number of devices from HTC, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sony and ZTE. The latest ROM includes many features that've been back ported from CyanogenMod 9, and it also supports a wider variety of phones. [Android Police]

  • HTC Rezound: A new leaked build of Ice Cream Sandwich is now available that's said to fix issues with SMS threads and the data widget. [Droid Life]

Refreshes we covered this week