Motorola Droid Bionic Gets Another LEAKED Official Ice Cream Sandwich Update
Motorola DROID Bionic users have to wait no longer for a stable version of the delicious Ice Cream Sandwich update as a much more stable version than the last release has been leaked.
The Droid Bionic got three update leaks last month, one was firmware update to version 5.9.905, while the the other two were the official ICS 4.0.4 leaks.
The first ICS 4.0.4 leak for Verizon brought the goodness of Ice Cream Sandwich to Droid Bionic and was flashable through stock recovery, the second leak also concerned ICS, except that its build version was 6.7.2233 which had changes to Moto apk and webtop.
However, the new leaked ICS update for Verizon Motorola Droid Bionic changes the system version to 6.7.229 and build version to 6.7.2-223, while the Android version remains just like it was before the ICS update. The webtop version on this build is 3.0.0 and it has been confirmed that there are a few changes in the Kernel build.
This new ICS build has a lot more stable kernel when compared to the previous build which was often a matter of complain between the users due to the random freezes. This more stable kernel also promises to brings with itself better performance of the device, smooth multitasking, quicker boot time, less freezes and negligible booting/flashing problems for the end user. For those curious minds who are wondering whether they will be able to unlock the true potential of their Motorola Droid Bionic by rooting after the new build, it will be a delight to their ears that Droidhive has reported that Razr Edge is still working fine for rooting, SafeTrap 2.0 also works flawlessly with the new leak.
It is a real pain and a downer that you would have to first flash back to your Motorola Droid Bionic to version .902, then install .905 update and then finally you will be able to install this leaked update. This leak is quite safe, as you can flash back to version .902 anytime you want.
Head over to droidhive for instructions to install this update.