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Leaked Nexus S 4G Ice Cream Sandwich ROM Making its Rounds

Posted In News - By Mark Hearn On Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 4:52am PDT With 4 Comments

With the bulk of Sprint’s Android enthusiasts placing their focus on the Galaxy Nexus, it’s easy for some to forget that the Now Network does carry last year’s Nexus model. There’s nothing like a healthy dose of Android 4.0 to quickly remind us who was here first. What’s being billed as a testing ICS ROM for the Nexus S 4G has surfaced over at XDA. Tagged as Android 4.0.4, this version is said to be so official, that it’s rumored to hit over-the-air sooner than later.

With everything said to be working, it might be too hard to resist giving this one a go. However we must warn that like all other ROMs, there are some risks. But with quality ROMs, the rewards usually outweigh said risks. If you’ve heard enough and you’re ready to give this a go, installation details are waiting for you via the source link.

 

Source: XDA

About - Mark is the founding father of SprintFeed. He is a nerd's nerd if ever such a thing existed. His love affair with the Now Network started with the release of the Treo 600 back in 2004 and has been going strong ever since. Highly opinionated and somewhat eccentric he shares his ramblings about his network of choice here at SprintFeed.

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  1. WatcherFour says:

    About Damn time.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I hope this isn’t the final ICS build for the NS4G. Face unlock is missing. Google said this feature was exclusive to ICS, not exclusive to the Galaxy Nexus phone. The launcher is just as bad as HTC Sense on Gingerbread. If I leave Google Reader running for more than a few minutes and hit Home then I have to wait for the ICS launcher to reload before I can access any apps. The ICS launcher takes a lot longer to load than the Gingerbread launcher does. Also, there seems to be a slight glitch in ICS 4.0.4. Sometimes when I open up Google Maps the GPS fails to activate (even though it’s on in settings). If I quit Google Maps and immediately start it up again the GPS works. The same goes for internet access. I can load the stock browser, Google Reader, Gmail or any other app that needs internet and I’ll get an error saying there’s no internet connection. quitting and immediately restarting the app fixes the problem.

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