Gradually, Android’s latest “Jelly Bean” entering to the battle and covering more & more smartphones and tablets. Jelly Bean has already covered the Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus HSPA+, and few HTC One series. After the Jelly Bean update for Nexus 7 last week, Motorola brings the advantages for its Xoom owners from 26 July. Motorola Xoom tablet owners in the United State have been started receiving the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update but it’s currently restricted to only WiFi edition.
Verizon seems little slow for its LTE version tablets. As you know, Verizon’s WiFi edition Motorola Xoom got the Ice Cream Sandwich update back in January, while its LTE enabled Xoom received the update last month that clearly indicates Motorola Xoom LTE owners have to wait couple of more month to get the latest one. The same drama in the case of Galaxy Nexus 7, Verizon delayed updates for the LTE equipped Galaxy Nexus, while the Nexus 7 WiFi edition got it last week. Motorola Xoom owners should glad to hear that, the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi is the first 10-inch tablet to receive the latest and greatest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update.
The Android 4.1.1 update is currently rolled out OTA (over the air) and few lucky users are getting this greatest update in their device. If you’re an owner of the Motorola Xoom WiFi edition and want to update your device to the latest platform then you should go into device settings and check manually for the update then update it to the latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly. For your kind information it would take few tries. There is useful information that, users have reported success in forcing the update by deleting the Google Services Framework first. For it you should follow; Settings>Apps>All>Google Services Framework>Clear Data. It’s said that the built number of the update is JRO03H.
It not only bringing the latest software update but also adds lots of new and enhanced features as well as improved overall performance and stability. Some folks are expecting the extensive Jelly Bean update is going to happen before the end of this month. You should note that, this latest Android update in now available only in the US.