One of the main reasons why anyone would choose not to buy the Motorola DROID RAZR over the Galaxy Nexus is probably due to the fact that it isn’t running on Ice Cream Sandwich, and consumers hate waiting for updates – especially when it comes to Android. Well it looks like those reasons are about to be proved invalid. The folks over at droidrazr.com have managed to successfully port Ice Cream Sandwich over to Motorola’s latest flagship Android phone, the DROID RAZR.
As usual with early ports of Android, there are bound to be problems. At the moment the operating system runs extremely well (evident in the video) but there is a huge problem with the touchscreen input – touches aren’t registered correctly and require two fingers to operate. But for what it’s worth, it’s a sign that Ice Cream Sandwich for the DROID RAZR is progressing pretty well. I’m pretty sure we’ll be seeing a stable/completed build before Verizon and Motorola start rolling an update of their own. Check it out:
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