We’ve received independent confirmation from numerous Nexus S users on both AWS and GSM carriers that Android 4.0.4 has been steadily rolling out to their devices. This includes users who were updated briefly to Android 4.0.3 on WIND and Mobilicity (i9020T), and those who were stuck on 2.3.6 on Rogers, TELUS, Fido and Koodo (i9020A) – it’s 128.6MB.
TELUS has even put up a support page describing how to check for an update manually if the notification doesn’t show up on its own. And there don’t seem to be any of the signal issue or rebooting problems of the Galaxy Nexus. While we’re happy that Google is finally rolling out the update to its many frustrated Nexus S users, we can’t help but wonder what took so long, and why there was no communication as to why it was delayed over three months.
How has your Android 4.0.4 experience been so far on the Nexus S?
(Thanks to everyone who sent this in!)