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Leaked ICS release (not usable at this time)

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For developers use, here is one of the leaked ICS releases (not flashable to our devices at this time).

  • i2847 - DOWNLOAD (ROMraid) - MD5: 8d881e6c1ea37ac96b66e99729e8f0fb

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Ahh such a shame but great to know it's available once things start moving.

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wow thats big... 343mb

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What stops it from being usable, is it the fact that it isn't a signed ROM?

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Yup.

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So now it boil down to what will come easier:

1. cracking the signature keys :D

2. finally finding some exploit allowing flashing unsigned ROMs :/

3. getting an official update :ph34r:

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I was in an Orange store this after noon to check the device out and they had some guy from Intel (or so he claimed) demoing the device, I asked him about the fact the orane magazine and website says it take micro SD, he said it was an error and there was no SD slot.

I also asked about ICS and he claimed to have another device with it a beta of it running on its he also claimed that Jelly Bean would be ported to it eventualy..

I'm not sure you can count this as reliable info but it was interesting...

Also, it's a lot more plasticky than i'd of liked for £200

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I was in an Orange store this after noon to check the device out and they had some guy from Intel (or so he claimed) demoing the device, I asked him about the fact the orane magazine and website says it take micro SD, he said it was an error and there was no SD slot.

I also asked about ICS and he claimed to have another device with it a beta of it running on its he also claimed that Jelly Bean would be ported to it eventualy..

I'm not sure you can count this as reliable info but it was interesting...

Also, it's a lot more plasticky than i'd of liked for £200

Try make friends with the guy so we can rip stuff from the phone ;) But I don't feel the phone is too plasticky - my Atrix, worth much more, felt much worse.

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