The update to Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Motorola Droid 4 has been approved by Verizon. Hence, the carrier has published the associated documentation on its website already. If you own a Droid 4, you should be happy and anxious, since this means that the update is on its way.
And if we judge from past events, it’s only a matter of days (or a week or so tops) until the update starts rolling out. At this stage, Moto and Big Red are probably just readying their respective OTA servers for the deployment. So start frantically checking for software updates.
Aside from all the usual goodies you can expect from ICS, this update brings with it better quality pictures, improved gallery performance, global roaming abilities, a more stable system overall, and Verizon’s Remote Diagnostics tool preinstalled.
Full information about the update is available in this PDF.
Via Droid Life
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