Earlier in the month we learned that Telus had changed the status for the HTC Desire HD Android 4.0 ICS update. And well, as that had turned out, it was HTC canceling the update — not Telus. Anyway, it looks like Telus has finally begun to offer a bit more information on the situation. The carrier has recently sent an email to the folks over at MobileSyrup. Said email stated rather clearly that it was HTC who cancelled the update. A bit more specifically, Telus stated that “the decision to suspend the software for this device was made by HTC, not TELUS.” Furthermore, they also noted that “if HTC should take this upgrade out of a suspended status, TELUS will follow normal process to ensure that the software is released to our customers.” Bottom line, it looks like those who are sporting an HTC Desire HD will not be getting Android 4.0 ICS. Of course, as we stated earlier in the month — while this is disappointing news for Desire HD users — we would prefer to stick with an older version of Android and have a properly running phone as opposed to getting ICS and having issues.