by | July 27, 2012 5:38 pm
Looks like the Nexus 7 will not be the only tablet with Android Jelly Bean. If the tipsters from Droid-Life are to be believed, the Motorola Xoom tablet will also get its OS upgrade, which the aging tablet desperately needs.
However, not ever proud Xoom owner will be getting the Jelly Bean goodness. Only the U.S.-made WiFi model is assured of a Jelly Bean upgrade, while we have yet to hear the same for the Verizon WiFi version. Meanwhile, owners of the 4G Xoom model will have to wail over their choice of hardware.
You can now check for the Jelly Bean upgrade by going to the device’s settings and check for the new update. If it does not appear immediately, simply clear the Google Services Framework (click Settings>Apps>All>Google Services Framework>Clear Data) first. It may require several attempts, but the update will pop up eventually.
Source: Droid-Life, via TechCrunch
Source URL: http://www.gadget.com/motorola-xoom-to-get-android-jelly-bean/
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