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Now that 4.0.4 did not match the experience of ice cream sandwich will Android 4.0.5 match up?
As per the assumption, 4.0.5 is not going to carry any new characteristic in it, however all concerns will be fixed in it. It may also attend to various internal bugs as well as the issue related to audio reboot in reboot issues along with other concerns.
4.0.3 had a numerous concerns to resolve. After resolving all of them 4.0.4 supplied Ice Cream Sandwich a smoother functioning. Other than Galaxy Nexus, all other devices are doing excellent with it.
However, if you’re expecting better from the Android 4.0.5, it will be worth doing that. 4.0.5 is also coming with the approach of 4.0.5 came. It is coming With fixed all bugs and various improvements, 4.0.5 will formulate the Ice Cream Sandwich as software that every device user should have.
Here’s a brief history on Android version updates. Android 4.0.3 was released around December of 2011. It has an API level of 15 and includes several features like the Social Stream API found in the Contacts provider. It is used by some applications to synchronize individual user contacts data like check-ins and or status updates. This update received several complaints like for example some of the users didn’t liked the way the animations are displayed as well as the amount of time consumed when they are doing multi-tasking. In other words, it creates lag in multi-tasking.
The Android 4.0.4 update was released March of 2012 and this answered the problems reported on the previous update. In this version, Google improved the multi-tasking feature and fixed the lag problem reported before. They also improved the screen rotation which is now faster and more fluid than before. But even if this update did fix the problems encountered by different users before, it also encountered problems which were experienced in different devices. Like for example in Galaxy Nexus, there are reports that users are experiencing signal problems like sudden signal loss after doing the OTA [over-the-air] update. The phone loses its signal when it enters the standby mode. Besides that, you will also lose the signal when the phone’s screen turns off.
Since I’m not an Android user and I am still using the primitive Nokia 6610, I don’t exactly know when the Android 4.0.5 was officially released but some of the blogs on the web said it was intended to be released around April of 2012. According to some sources, this update may not bring any new features but will surely include lots of bug fixes so users will experience Ice Cream Sandwich as what it should be.