NOTE: this app was originally from the Motorola Xoom with Android Honeycomb (3.x.x) and the app may not work on devices with the phone UI (Where the status bar is at the top and not at the bottom of the screen).
Motorola has launched a version of its Xoom Android tablet without 3G mobile broadband support, with the device having gone on sale through JB Hi-Fi and other retailers today for a recommended retail price of $689, a price which makes it comparable with the Wi-Fi version of Apple's market-dominating iPad.
As I have a XOOM 2 running Android 4.0.4, I'm searching for further update for this device.
I found that the EOS Team has released Android 4.1.2 nightly build for XOOM, but not the XOOM 2 version.
Actually I haven't seen any 4.1.2 build for XOOM 2. So I want to ask,
can I use XOOM rom on the XOOM 2?
If you already purchase the new Motorola Xoom, you may manually update your Android OS to the Android 3.1 Honeycomb easily. This tutorial below will guide you to the update process of Motorola Xoom to Android 3.1 Honeycomb. Before you update, you may want to find more reason why you need to upgrade. Android 3.1 [...]
With Telstra saying that its Motorola Xoom tablets have been “flying off the shelves around Australia since they went on sale last month”, there’s finally an answer to when the 3.1 Honeycomb update would arrive: set to fly in July!
Google’s other “Nexus” tablet is all set to get yet another lease on life. Participants of the Motorola Feedback Network just got the heads up of an imminent update that is going to be pushed to the still-popular Xoom Wifi tablet sometime today:
Thanks for signing up for the Motorola Wi-Fi Xoom software test.
Motorola's Xoom has officially launched in Australia at last, and while availability through Telstra is still delayed until May 24, its Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS delivers an impressive tablet computing experience.
i really want a xoom, its the only other tablet i want considering it now runs Jelly Bean, the 10.1 inch display and of course being Motorola...im a huge Moto fan....but anyways, whats holding me back is, im not sure if i will be really losing out here.
Verizon says it is happy with Motorola Xoom tablet sales, despite a Global Equities estimate that only 25,000 to 120,000 units -- a small fraction of the 500,000 to 800,000 units said to have been manufactured -- have actually sold.