When HTC started the whole Ice Cream Sandwich fiesta, all HTC mobile users went crazy in finding their phone in the update list. Despite the first disappointment of the HTC Thunderbolt users, the phone was later included in the list of devices waiting for the update, which partially changed the mood of the fans. However, the recently leaked software build proves to be just another disappointment.
As already mentioned, a software build meant for the Thunderbolt was leaked and is already available to users. HTC’s earlier announcement about the phone being planned to get the ICS definitely went through the minds of all Thunderbolt users. Only before the big update HTC is granting the device a mere Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The changelog includes fixes for e-mailing, volume problems, WiFi hotspot issues and disconnects. Some stability to your Thunderbolt is also promised. Enhancements include CMAS support, IPv6 over eHRPD and a new radio.
If none of the abovementioned issues annoys you, you can as well wait for the ICS. Surely, it’s already on its way to be rolled out, and the destination to the vital point is hopefully not very far away.