T-Mobile ‘s HTC Amaze 4G Tastes Ice Cream Sandwich Thanks To A Leaked Update

HTC has started rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for quite a few of its handsets, including the Sensation, Sensation XE, and the Vivid 4G. There are still quite a lot of handsets from HTC, which are yet t get the ICS update, including the Rezound and Amaze 4G. The Rezound has had its fair share of Ice Cream Sandwich leaks, so chances are advanced users are already running ICS on their handset.

However, until now there had been no Ice Cream Sandwich firmware leaks for the T-Mobile Amaze 4G. Now, thanks to XDA member, football, Amaze 4G owners can get a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 3.6 on top of it. Many users, who have already installed the RUU, have not complained about any bugs or serious issues. There is a very high probability that this leaked RUU might just be pushed out as an official OTA update in the upcoming weeks.

To install the leaked RUU manually, users need to make sure they have S-OFF, an ENG HBOOT and a locked bootloader. Ironically, S-OFF for the Amaze 4G along with a few other HTC handsets was made possible only this last weekend. The download link of the leaked ICS RUU, along with further discussions about it can be found here.


T-Mobile’s HTC Amaze 4G Gets A Software Update

HTC and T-Mobile have started rolling out a new software update for the T-Mobile Amaze 4G.For the unknown the Amaze 4G packs in a qHD (640×960) resolution screen, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor along with 1GB of RAM and an 8MP camera.

The update does not bring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the handset, which many users must be hoping for. The update only adds certain enhancements apart from fixing some bugs.  The software update carries the build number 1.43.531.3 and adds Wi-Fi calling and the latest version of Google Music.

Below is the full change-log of the update-:

New Features

  • IMS Wi-Fi Calling
  • Google Music
  • Improvements to Bluetooth connection
  • Clock Widget Not Updating With Time Zone Change
  • Improvement To Twitter and Peep Application
  • Improved Wi-Fi Connection
The update is being rolled out in stages so Amaze 4G users should not expect to get the update immediately. Alternatively, Amaze 4G owners can also pull the update from HTC server by going to Settings-> About Phone -> HTC Software Updates and then selecting the Check Now option.