Android 4.0 Update for HTC Rezound Leaks Ahead of Release

HTC Rezound - Android 4.0, Sense 3.6
HTC Rezound - Android 4.0, Sense 3.6

An update for Verizon’s HTC Rezound has leaked out to Android Police today, bringing Android 4.0 and Sense 3.6 to eager users. The build isn’t a final version necessarily, but it is a “release candidate” for the official over-the-air update which will launch from Verizon very soon. Unfortunately, we’re looking at HTC Sense 3.6, not 4.0 like seen on the One X and One S at Mobile World Congress. Having said that, the update does bring Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and a slew of other new features and bugfixes listed below. Check out the source link for a download.

Features/Enhancements
1. Android OS 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
2.  CMAS support added
3. IPv6 over eHRPD supported
4. UI updated to Sense 3.6
5. Caller Name ID app added
6. VMM/BUA plus updated
7. New storage UI (under settings menu)

Issues Resolved
1. Changing pin causes EULA to be displayed
2. Wrong time displayed in and around Phoenix, AZ
3. EAS message – “Client/Server Conversion Error”.
4. EAS message – “Exchange policies have changed”
5. EAS message – “Certificate Error”
6. Home screen partially blocked with black bar
7. Hotspot data stalls
8. Removed power mode settings (which forced device into CDMA only)
9. Group message not displaying originating MDN
10. Call button not disabled when using voice commands
11. People widget displaying two different birthdays
12. Verizon Location Agent removed – impacting battery life
13. SSO athentication fails for VCAST Tones
14. “To” field text deleted if device is rotated (in Compose or Forward Voicemail)
15. Google Talk app formatting