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lchiu7

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#92142 27-Oct-2011 16:52
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No ICS for the N1

That is interesting since the processor in the N1 is not much slower if at all from the Nexus S but that S will get ICS OTA.

From some other reading I have done it appears to be memory related. In a stock N1 it's pretty easy to run out of memory even if you move as many apps to the SD card as you can. The only way to alleviate that issue is to install a custom ROM and then you can move just about anything.

For me I guess I will decided how important ICS is for the phone (I am sure it will be on the Xoom tablet I have) and make a decision accordingly.




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  #538234 27-Oct-2011 17:07
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You mean no OFFICIAL ICS for the N1. It'll still inevitably get it via CyanogenMod 9.

Given that the N1 is approaching 2 years old, which is _ancient_ for a smartphone, I'd say that's a pretty good run though.

There's not a great deal to be gained on the N1 with ICS anyway, many of the new features require hardware that the N1 doesn't possess.

I still miss the glowy trackball on my N1 though.




 
 
 

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  #538622 28-Oct-2011 11:45
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True as this video shows

ICS On N1

I might consider it if it comes with a stable ROM.




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  #538685 28-Oct-2011 13:07
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Great, now we have conflicting info from different Google employees (I saw a quote last week saying that it was coming, but would be after the Nexus S update).



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  #538697 28-Oct-2011 13:19
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I think this video is a hack based on the SDK. So while there might not be an official OTA update, doubtless there will be ROMs coming out.  On the screen of the N! I am not entirely sure what benefit ICS would provide.




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