It's not even beta, but this is one of the first official releases of an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM from a manufacturer to arrive. Sony Ericsson, which famously took almost a year to update any of its phones to Gingerbread, is trying to make amends by charting an aggressive Ice Cream Sandwich deployment. And it begins with this release, which is squarely aimed at developers, not consumers. Typical of alpha builds, functionality is limited, with all radio functions notably absent. This means no telephony, cellular data, WiFi, Bluetooth or FM. Courageous devs will get a peek at Sony's new Holo skin, and of course the delight of using Android 4.0's new UI features. So if you are a developer and have an Xperia arc...
We've talked in the past about how OEMs take the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and use it to build software tailored for devices in the context of x86...22 by Brian Klug on 12/7/2011
In a blog post today, Sony Ericsson divulged that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich would be coming to the entire Xperia lineup. This follows the recent news that ICS...8 by Amman Sood on 11/15/2011