The Transformer Prime might be getting all the hype right now, but the humble old — and it's not really that old — Transformer already has Ice Cream Sandwich up and running. Or stumbling, at the very least. With the ICS source code being freely available, it's fair to surmise that we'll see a whole lot of this kind of thing, although quite how well ICS will run on a given system remains to be seen — remember, just because you can do a thing doesn't make it a great idea, as ICS on the original G1 showed. [Phandroid]
Asus Transformer Gets Ice Cream Sandwich
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