Motorola announced on Tuesday that it started making available to Brazilian customers of the Motorola Xoom tablet, in the 3G version, an update for the Android 3.1 operating system (Honeycomb).
"The update is the same already available for the Wi-Fi version. Users of the operators TIM and Claro can now download, as well as those they acquired through retail stores", explained the manufacturer, who recently announced its acquisition by Google.
The owners of the device should receive a notification in the next few hours to carry out the update. Motorola recommends that the tablet's battery is at least 50% charged and connected to a Wi-Fi network before starting the process.
What's new in the new version:
- Bluetooth headset support in Google Talk (Bluetooth is not supported)
- Adobe Flash Player 10.3
- External SD card support
- Bluetooth keyboard support (including versions other than US)
- Support for Image Transfer Protocol (allows you to upload images from digital cameras to XOOM without using any other software)
- Bluetooth mouse support
- Bluetooth navigation shortcuts (Ctrl-tab and shft-ctrl-tab to go to the next / previous window; Ctrl-W to close a window)
- Proxy support for Wi-Fi network
- Google DRM / HDCP (To support Music and Movie services)
- Forwarding emails with attachments
- Several improvements for Google apps, like Chrome
- Improved memory management
- Android 3.1 operating system