Remember the bug-fix build for the HTC Thunderbolt that we leaked last month? Turns out Verizon decided it was OTA material, because the support docs were just updated with details of this same build (2.11.605.19).

The OTA brings a handful of fixes to Big Red's first LTE device:


The update should begin rolling out shortly, but if you don't feel like waiting, you can always hit up this post and flash our leak. Enjoy.


Cameron Summerson
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  • http://twitter.com/jheyneman James Heyneman

    Lame. Not gonna get ICS until my phone dies :(

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/WQS6A4HT6MCAMO4OTIX3Y5ZBSA oscar

       Damn! that's some nice battery life right there!

  • http://twitter.com/LinkofHyrule89 Matthew

    Well this confirms those leaked docs I suppose. Hopefully this is the last GB build and that an ICS one leaks soon.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Hopefully we'll be right there to gift it to you guys early.

      • Tyler Chappell

        I'm excited, hopefully they dont hold it off so long that it gets released only shortly before my upgrade in december, although I am loving my phone with Thunderstick's Sense 3.0 ROM, I want me some ICS and sense 3.6

        • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

          It's impossible to make any certain comments on that, but since the Thunderbolt is based on the Desire HD (with some more significant improvements than is normal for a carrier variant) and HTC already dropped the schedule saying the DHD isn't getting an upgrade until November (if I recall correctly)...and then the carrier variant versions have to be done...I wouldn't count on an official ICS update coming until 2013.  Might be worth writing it off and going for CM9 or other custom roms if you're comfortable with that route.