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No great surprise here, but less than 24 hours after Google released the Ice Cream Sandwich code for the Galaxy Nexus, we're starting to see ports. Here it is running on a PandaBoard -- think of it is a hacker-friendly playtoy -- and output to a television. Pretty sweet, and it's just the start of things to come. Check it out.

Thanks, Jordan!

 
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Sad... panda

gksmithlcw says:

JBQ /did/ drop drivers for the Panda Board with the source...

I've been running it on my nexus s all day, a few small bugs but it is great!!

larrygeary says:

What does it do about the existing buttons? Doe ICS write its own set or make use of what;s there?

philbw says:

I'm running the sdk port on my NS4G and it uses the hardware buttons exactly like GB (no on screen buttons at all). That may change with an official release but I don't really know why.

xmi says:

ICS detects whether you have physical buttons or not. If so, it disables the on-screen buttons.

heclaboy82 says:

can't wait till I have ics on my nexus s 4g. hopefully by mid 2012, galaxy nexus makes it to sprint lte. ics should hold me down till then.