Where is our ICS?
When are we getting ICS on our international? I know Samsung said Q2, but I bought an off contract expecting to get ICS well before AT&T and other released GNote. Now I see a Sprint phone with ICS....
Could have saved 400 bones and upgraded on AT&T....screwed again. Ha
- 04-25-2012, 02:34 PM #2
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- 05-05-2012, 01:32 PM #9
I've been wondering when or even if ?? my galaxy note will get its ICS UPGRADE !! All they think about is more ruddy fones : Samsung you'd better hurry up or i will go to another brand : its time you payed back your existing customers with some benefits and upgrades you charge enough for the ruddy fones !!! ALL PROFIT I BET : Losing my patience very fast SAMSUNG !! Speed up ?? the gs3 works on virtually the same speck yupp !! get your act 2gether please !!
very annoyed note user !!!!!!!!
- 05-05-2012, 02:33 PM #10
I guess I look at this differently, and that's okay I suppose.
When I first saw the Note back in September of 2011, i decided right then that this was the device for me.
I purchased the Note on launch day, and with Gingerbread as the OS. Frankly, I don't much care if the Note gets ICS, because for me it never weighed into my decision to own the device.
When Samsung announced they would be upgrading the Note to ICS, and include a "premium suite" of additional S-Pen apps to go along with the upgrade, this news was just gravy on the cake.
IMO, what makes this device stand out from any other devices on the market is not the OS, but rather the flexibility, efficiency, portability, and usefulness of having a 5.3 inch screen, which in my case eliminates the need to carry and own both a smartphone and tablet.
But, again this is just my situation, and I suppose there are others who see an ICS upgrade as the priority.
Right now I can't think of one ICS device that would cause me to move away from the Note. Primarily because not one of them has a 5.3 inch screen, and note taking capabilities, that renders the purchase of an add-on tablet unnecessary.
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- 05-22-2012, 09:40 AM #19
I will like throw my galaxy note straight into the drain.
Sent from My Galaxy Note
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Re: Where is our ICS?
- 05-24-2012, 05:10 AM #23
ive finished the updates and it took quite a long time for me. As uve may read and watch reviews ans previews about ICS, yes it seems that my gnote is smoother and faster and one thing that stands out is the battery life. My battery lasts longer compare to.before.the updates. And the multi tasking is just perfect!
Sent from My Galaxy Note
- 06-03-2012, 01:23 AM #24
I contacted Orange (UK) via Twitter (@OrangeHelpers) for news on Android 4.0 coming to the Note. They replied 28th May: 'We haven't got any info on that yet ... We will tweet as soon as we do.'
I did tweet back that their techies must know something about it, but didn't see any response to that.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note (on Orange UK)
- 06-03-2012, 11:40 AM #25