Xperia PLAY gets Ice Cream Sandwich

Xperia PLAY owners sure are in for a treat. After getting OnLive compatibility yesterday, it looks like they’re in for another treat soon. Some developers have managed to successfully port Ice Cream Sandwich over to the gaming handset. And just like most first version of custom ROMs – you can expect parts not to be working. But hey – having Ice Cream Sandwich is better than not having it at all, since Sony Ericsson left the Xperia PLAY out of its list of devices that will be getting the update. Suddenly the phone looks a lot better.

If you’re keen on tracking the progress of Ice Cream Sandwich for the Xperia PLAY, head over to XDA-developers.

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