Motorola Droid 4 on Verizon was waiting for its Ice Cream Sandwich update since the release of OS itself and now that the ICS update is rolling out the wait has come to an end.
Apparently, the update would have rolled out way before if only Verizon had approved it. But nevertheless, the ICS update for Verizon Motorola Droid 4 is finally rolling out. The update will come in a huge size of 364.1MB and will change the Android version and build number to 4.0.4 and 6.16.217 respectively. Due to the size of the update we highly recommend you to have a good WiFi connection because if the download breaks at any point, it won’t resume and instead will start again.
If somehow your Verizon Motorola Droid 4 hasn’t got the notification for update, you can always dive into settings and grab the ICS update manually.
Apart from the goodness of ICS, after the update your Verizon Motorola Droid 4 will be capable of global roaming and will have the following changes.
Removal of Mobile IM, preloaded color for Facebook app, Backup Assistant Plus complete integration, Mobile Hotspot for improved connectivity, better camera app, reduced reset and power cycling, improved MY Gallery performance, an updated Mobile Hotspot icon, a standard voicemail short cut in place of the previous visual voicemail short cut on homescreen, and finally an improved email connectivity and stability along with a new customer care solution in an attempt to improve the customer service experience.