Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Pantech Burst ICS Update Now Live!

@114pm EST someone checked  https://www.pantechusa.com/upgrade/burst/  and found the update is now live and it hasn't even been announced on facebook or twitter!  I will be saving to my dropbox and posting another link shortly!

Burst Upgrade to Android

Ice Cream Sandwich OS


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COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS

  • 1 GHz or higher Pentium-compatible processor. At least 1 GB of RAM (memory)
  • Desktop/Laptop Computer Running Either Microsoft Windows XP (SP4 or later), 7, Vista, or XP.
  • Administrative Privileges Required To Download & Install Software Including Drivers.
  • High-speed Internet connection to download OS upgrade tool

New User Features

  • Enhanced Home screen canvas switcher edit functionality(In the preview of home screen panels, users can change a main home screen panel).
  • Enhanced Multitasking and Notifications functionality.
  • Enhanced User Interface : Virtual buttons in System bar, contextual options in Action Bar.
  • Support for Face Unlock.
  • Improved text input and spell-checking (Android keyboard)
  • Control over Network data and Powerful web browsing
  • New! Self mode and Panorama capture mode in camera.
  • New! Time-Lapse recording function in video camera.

UI Improvements

  • Improved user interface design with GL library.
  • Support for Native Sync of AT&T Address Book.
  • Improved lock screen.
  • Improved Quick Settings and Detail Settings.
  • Additional Improvement UI interfaces.

2 comments:

  1. hello

    i have this mobile Burst (P9070) .. I am using it in Pakistan . it current version is #2.3.5


    imei#012864002704026

    i want to urgrade its version from 2.x.x to 4.x.x .. is it safe to connect it to pc via usb and
    start upgrade
    .. because few month back i was upgrading HTC magic by connecting it to computer via usb .. and in the upgrading process its ic got burn .. or whatever .. and cell didnt give display after that

    ..
    Please let me know

    thanks

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  2. its safe. I'd do a factory reset prior to upgrading via the tool. it runs a lot better if you wipe first.

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