Fiber series sixth week news Abstract 1

2012-02-05 15:20:16

Week News Abstract For Fiber Series in 10GTEK
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Huawei releases "demo" Android 4.0 ROM for its Honor smartphone

If you've been wondering what the first non-Nexus phone to get Android 4.0 would be, we now have a tentative — and unexpected —

answer: the Huawei Honor. Huawei has taken the unusual step of releasing a "demo" Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the device along with

instructions on how to roll back to Gingerbread if things feel a little too bleeding edge. Apparently it's stable-enough for one Huawei

executive, who posted the above image on Weibo.

We're not sure that a "demo" ROM meant primarily for testing should count as the first official release of Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

from a manufacturer, but at the very least it could be a sign that Huawei is getting aggressive about courting hardcore Android users.
Sony Ericsson and Motorola Detail Android 4.0 Upgrade Path

We've talked in the past about how OEMs take the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and use it to build software tailored for devices in

the context of x86 optimizations, and today two partners are sharing some more details about their specific timelines for Android 4.0

releases. Those two are Sony Ericsson and Motorola, who have outlined in their respective blog posts the path from code to getting a

fully baked ROM pushed out over the air to handsets.

The two posts describe the process as we've understood it for a while now, and with Android 4.0 things don't seem any different. Google

works with a specific OEM and SoC vendor around some chosen reference hardware (in this case Galaxy Nexus), and simultaneously (or close

to it) releases the source code and device when things are finished. At that point, SoC vendors begin working on their own ports and

build in necessary drivers or optimizations of their own.

That software package then is turned over to OEMs who add their own specific software (in the case of Motorola, for example - MotoCast,

Smart Actions, and likely Blur) and make necessary tweaks to accommodate individual carrier requirements and device nuances. After the

OEM finishes up its own testing, the update then passes over to carriers for their own testing, and here things have been a bit fuzzy.

Motorola gives out an interesting tidbit today in their post, noting that while each carrier is different, the testing period is on the

order of months:

Each carrier has different requirements for phases 2 and 3. There may be a two-month preparation cycle to enter a carrier lab cycle of

one to three months.

Sony Ericsson also notes that this certification and testing phase is the longest in the process:

The Certification and approval phase that is the most time consuming process when it comes to getting a new software release out on our

phones. This is one of the major tasks that are legally required from us as phone manufacturer, but is a task that the custom ROM

community doesn’t have to take into consideration.

Motorola has noted as well that the Droid RAZR, Bionic, and Xoom are all guaranteed to get an ICS port before the second half of 2012,

and the list of Motorola devices being upgraded to 4.0 will likely grow. Meanwhile Sony Ericsson noted that the entire 2011 Xperia

family will receive an update to 4.0 and that dates will come later.
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