HTC EVO 4G, Motorola Defy get ICS Ports
We’ve got two new Android 4.0 ICS AOSP ports to tell you about: one for the first 4G phone in America, the HTC EVO 4G, and one for the Motorola Defy. For the former, expect WiFi and cellular data to not work with the first and second Alpha builds, but the third Alpha, due out soon, promises to make all radios fully functional, according to developer Epsylon3. The Defy port is a bit more behind, only on a first Alpha, though the developer, Epsylon3, reports that WiFi is indeed functional, but the phone doesn’t work, nor does the camera.
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