Android 4.0 update for HTC Amaze 4G now available

T-Mobile HTC Amaze 4GLast week T-Mobile revealed that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the HTC Amaze 4G would be arriving on the 21st of May, and true to their word, there have been reports from users who have started to receive the Android 4.0 update. This would bump the Amaze 4G’s software up to Android 4.0.3 and will include a couple of tweaks and fixes along with additional features. Some of the changes that Amaze 4G owners can expect to find includes (via the changelog):


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