Droid RAZR Receives Ice Cream Sandwich Port

Filed under Development by Kenneth Pennington on December 12, 2011 at 10:07 PM
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Droid RAZR

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Droid RAZR

Motorola’s already planned an Ice Cream Sandwich update for their brand new Droid RAZR. But, it looks as if developers may beat them to the punch. One such developer, DroidTh3ory, has cooked up an Android 4.0 ROM for the RAZR and already gotten it to boot. Thanks to “SafeStrap,” the device can dual boot Motorola’s Android 2.3 system and the new Android 4.0 system alongside one another. The ROM is nowhere close to a release, but the developer released a couple of sample pictures and a video showing off the progress.

Right now, the touchscreen is not quite calibrated properly. Networking and other advanced pieces of the port are not quite finished either. Check out the link below for the developer’s forum thread. Click past the break for pictures and video.

Source  //  ICS Port

6 Responses to “Droid RAZR Receives Ice Cream Sandwich Port”

  1. If I were to choose between Motorola DROID Razr and Samsung Galaxy Nexus, I would certainly pick Motorola’s with its sturdy chassis and good specs.

  2. Josh Pennington says:

    Not to mention the fact that the Motorola Razr is actually available in the US while the Galaxy Nexus does not even have an official release date.

  3. boywizzer_thegreat says:

    I am debating between the razr and nexus, I have the razr right now and this brings some hope because if we wait for motorola it would be forever…but roms makes life easier..and also nexus no expandable memory…

  4. Flat_Stanley says:

    Is this EU RAZR only? I thought the US version couldnt be unlocked

  5. dbam987 says:

    Very nice. Can’t wait for the real deal ICS though… but this certainly looks promising. Currently rocking the VZW RAZR and l love it.

  6. Vaughn Goy says:

    I’ve owned motorola devices before and while they are nice, i dont think i will ever buy another moto handset due to their bootloader policy here in the US. If you want the latest updates from Google right off the bat then the GNex is the way to go.

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