Official release date Ice cream sandwich for Skyrocket?

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Official release date Ice cream sandwich for Skyrocket?

Does anybody know when ICS will be officially released by AT&T for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket?  Would love to get a hold off it. I have been having some issues recently being able to access the memory card in the phone when I connect it to my PC via USB.  The USB connects fine and I can get access to the main memory of my phone (shows up as a drive on my PC), but the memory card does not show up on my PC.  On the phone it does say that the SD card is being used as a mass storage device.  I have tried on a few PC's but without any luck.  It wokred fine at first for a few months.  I was hoping upgrading to ICS would resolve this.  Otherwise, I will do a hard reset of the phone in the hoop this does teh trick.  But I'd hate to have to put everything and all settings back on the phone.

Thanks for any help.

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Re: Official release date Ice cream sandwich for Skyrocket?

AT&T is doing business in this earth only. so be realistic. try to answer logically without avoiding the main topic. International versions r having ICS, even T-mobile has announced it for coming 11th JUNE 2012. So tell us is there any possibility abt getting ICS this month or NOT
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I'd like to see how the update to ICS runs on the skyrocket before deciding if i want to get the GSIII or not. Maybe that is their intent is to not update until the GS3 is out so more people will upgrade? 

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foxbat121 wrote:

None of the Samsung phones on AT&T, GS2, Skyrocket and Note, have ICS release yet. It is just typical Samsung.

 

Now before anyone blame it on AT&T entirely. I also have a Samsung GTab 10.1 Wi-fi bought a year ago and there is also no ICS for it yet  (it does not require any carrier verification).


Except that in this case, it is entirely AT&T.  It took a single developer (myself) less than a week in their spare time to get the I9100 Update4 release running as well on the I777 as it was on the I9100.

 

There's no excuse for the long delay, there's even less excuse for the I777 leak kernels having the trigger conditions for Superbrick.

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Entropy is 100% correct, the blame here falls entirely on at&t for both the superbrick bug by changing the kernel code sent from Samsung and for the huge delay of the ice release. I can only hope that Samsung will wake up and tell at&t to {word filter evasion} like apple did. Notice all ios updates come from apple and not at&t. That is the one up apple has over android. Entropy, I loved all of your work on the i777, I wish you did work for the i727. Such is life, my next device will not be branded. Intub8/galaxymaster

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T-Mobile announced ICS for Samsung Galxy SII and its available from today. Only using Kies software , T-mobile Samsung Galaxy SII will be updated to ICS. But they should give both Kies and via Wifi (OTA) option to update
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