Over in Germany, where the 3G version of the Acer Iconia A500 – the A501 – sells, it’s still stuck on Android 3.0, very much like the LG Optimusa short while ago. According to a recent customer support email, there’s no Android 3.1
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The Motorola Xoom was the first Android Honeycomb tablet to market and it was obvious from the sheer number of issues the hardware and software revealed. Theeven launched minus SD card support when their competitors, like the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer have had
Several tablets already have already received the newly released (in late July) Android 3.2 update that boasts improved backwards app compatibility and better hardware utilization among other goodness mostly geared towards developers. We’ve seen the Asus, Acer and
Yesterday we found a listing on a Taiwanese online shop showing off the Sony S1 & S2 tablets for sale and now it seems Sony themselves published a bunch of photo’s showing off a few features including the possibility of Android 3.2 at launch. To…
No longer is Asus on a “coming soon” basis Android 3.2 on the Eee Pad Transformer. Rumor is that the update was scheduled for release at the end of July, and that’s exactly how it’s turned out. Asus is first up to announce, through their…
So far, the recently announced Lenovo tablets are the only Android tablets to have the official seal of Netflix approval. However, as recently discovered last week, Netflix can run fine on other Android tablets, in an unofficial manner by sideloading a particular Netflix app build.…
Dellusers have had the option to install an unofficial Android Honeycomb build for quite some time now, namely HoneyStreak HD7 by popular developer DJ Steve. It’s certainly not without problems since the source code for Honeycomb is not fully available, but then
Google officially announced Android 3.2, along with its SDK yesterday, after the recent roll-out to the Motorolatablet. The main new features are highlighted, excluding tablet specific fixes like the enabling of the SD card on the US Motorola Xoom.
New Android 3.2 features:
It’s now clear that last week’s Android 3.2 update for the Motorola Xoom was being rolled out to Wi-Fi only models. Verizon’s Motorolawon’t be left out – the company tweeted a couple of days ago that their model with be getting the Android
The Motorolamay be the first tablet to get the Android 3.2 update but that’s because it’s Google’s flagship tablet. Asus has said they are testing the update and will be pushing out the update soon. As far as tablets shipping with Android 3.2?
Now with Google’s flagship tablet, the Motorola, getting the Android 3.2 rollout, other tablet owners are wondering when their tablet will get the update. If you’ve got an Eee Pad Transformer, then Asus has you covered according to a tweet yesterday mentioning they
A Google employee a few weeks ago let it slip that the MotorolaAndroid 3.2 update was on its way. It looks like that slip was legitimate at and some U.S. Motorola Xoom owners have started seeing the next iteration of Android. So what
Motorola Xoom 3.2 update being rolled out, finally enables SD Card (update: Installation Instructions)
Update: Instructions for installing the manual Android 3.2 update for the Motorola
For those in the US – the Android 3.2 update that we mentioned last week, is now rolling out to your Motorola Xooms. There’s no official