Ice Cream Sandwich hitting Vodafone Galaxy S II tomorrow

Ice Cream Sandwich hitting Vodafone Galaxy S II tomorrowIt's been nearly six months since the world was introduced to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and today was supposed to be the big day when it arrived for Samsung Galaxy S II users on Vodafone.

Well, as you've no doubt noticed, that hasn't happened. But the good news is that the update is coming. It'll just be a day later than planned.

That's right - the Vodafone Android 4.0 update for the Galaxy S II will be landing tomorrow (April 13) if you're updating via Kies, or the 17th if you're planning on waiting on the OTA version.

"Unfortunately Samsung have told us this morning that they are unable to make the update available to you as planned," Vodafone revealed to eager subscribers this morning.

"The new plan from Samsung is that the update will be available via KIES tomorrow, 13th April, and via Over The Air update on Tuesday 17th April. If this moves at all, we’ll of course let you know.

"I know a lot of you, like us, will be disappointed at this last minute change of plan and we continue to challenge Samsung to make this available to you as quickly as possible."

Anyone else think Vodafone's trying to tell us something about who's to blame here?

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5 comments

Pondlife  Apr. 12, 2012 at 19:36

Ah ota not til next week either. hmm

dcx_badass  Apr. 12, 2012 at 21:25

I think that's wrong, the official Samsung Global ICS handbook says no version of ICS will be released OTA at any point. I presume it means the initial version as a major upgrade it will need to be flashed via PC amd not from itself.

johnnyfartalot  Apr. 12, 2012 at 22:28

That'll be firday the 13th then. Dont hold your breath, they rease full blown operatiog systems quicker that this lot of wannab's

Woovil  Apr. 13, 2012 at 07:12

ICS Galaxy S2 release dates:
March 20 - Three
March 27 - O2
April 13 - Vodafone

Come on T-Mobile and Orange, pull your fingers out...

matt101101 / MOD  Apr. 13, 2012 at 19:07

To be fair to Everything Everywhere, the other network's releases have been flawed to the point that GB is better.

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