The internal testing Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Samsung Nexus S 4G has been leaked out of Sprint, complete with a new software modem, bootloader, and a 4.0.4 build. We’ve heard this could be the final version and that we will finally soon see an OTA for Sprint’s Nexus S 4G, but this is still all speculation at this point. For those of you that are super geeks out there, the build number is IMM26, with a final kernel build and the ROM is signed with release keys, making the OTA very likely to happen soon.
For most if not all Nexus S 4G users the Android 4.0 update just can’t come soon enough. As a Google device you’d expect the Nexus S 4G to have gotten their update quite a while ago, but we have seen a couple non-Google devices get their ICS update already like the Transformer Prime and the Motorola Xoom. But where Sprint’s Nexus S 4G has the integration of Google Wallet and Google Voice, it makes the release cycle take a bit longer.
If you’re one of those who installs custom ROM’s instead of the ROM’s Sprint and Google push out then head on over to XDA or RootzWiki and find an ICS ROM for your Nexus S 4G.