Ice Cream Sandwich installed on 16 percent of all Android devices

Shawn Knight

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Google has updated the Android distribution chart which shows that version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is starting to make some headway among devices in the wild. Adoption of the operating system increased by 5 percent since last month with total…

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gwailo247

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Yep, got 2.3.4 on my phone, and 4.03 on my tablet.

It might be cause of wear and tear, but my phone seems to run slower under Gingerbread than it did under Froyo.
 

lawfer

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Poor bastards those still on 0.2% lol Android 1.5 is such a piece of garbage.

Ditched my Lumia 900 for an S3. I'm rocking 4.0.4, but will put on Jelly Bean ROM soon.
 

Gamesinner

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But not on Toshiba Thrive. Android 8.1 fudgecake is going to be out when Toshiba releases this update. Kids don't waste your money. Stear clear of Toshiba products cause they don't issue updates in a timely basis.
 

princeton

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Yep, got 2.3.4 on my phone, and 4.03 on my tablet.

It might be cause of wear and tear, but my phone seems to run slower under Gingerbread than it did under Froyo.
Occurs on most phones with 512MB or less memory. Gingerbread uses significantly more RAM to run than Froyo. Especially noticeable on devices from the 1GHz single core generation like the Galaxy S and the HTC Desire.
 
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gwailo247

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Occurs on most phones with 512MB or less memory. Gingerbread uses significantly more RAM to run than Froyo. Especially noticeable on devices from the 1GHz single core generation like the Galaxy S and the HTC Desire.
And indeed my phone has 512 MB of RAM. Thank you good sir!
 

L.Fluffy

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Poor bastards those still on 0.2% lol Android 1.5 is such a piece of garbage.

Ditched my Lumia 900 for an S3. I'm rocking 4.0.4, but will put on Jelly Bean ROM soon.
The Nokia Lumia series falls under Windows Mobile not Android buddy...
 

lawfer

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The Nokia Lumia series falls under Windows Mobile not Android buddy...
Huh?

You thought that I thought Windows Phone 7 is part of the Android ecosystem? Lol. Re-read.

I said I ditched my Windows Phone 7 (<b>not</b> Windows Mobile, FYI) device for an Android device, and that I plan to update said device to Jelly Bean.