Motorola Xoom owners have two things to be happy about. They can still upgrade their 3G Verizon Xoom tablets to 4G LTE until March 31 and they will be getting an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Today, Verizon Wireless announced all of its planned ICS updates and on the Motorola list was the Motorola Xoom, their first dual-core tablet, with a promised upgrade to Android 4.0 to be announced in the future.
Meanwhile in order to get the 4G LTE SIM installed in 3G Motorola Xoom tablets you only have until March 31 to redeem the limited-time offer to update the Xoom to 4G LTE. You should
The Motorola Xoom was reduced in price to $199.99 from Verizon Wireless on Black Friday and sold-out in January.
Customers who want the upgrade must send their Motorola Xoom tablets to Motorola for hardware upgrade and will receive them back in about six business days. You have to fill out a form online with your serial number and other information, first.
Before sending a Motorola Xoom tablet, be sure to backup any personal information prior to shipping.
The upgrade user guide suggests copying files over to your computer, backing up Google account information. You may choose to encrypt your MOTOROLA XOOM to password protect content or may choose to perform a factory reset to clear your personal content from the Motorola Xoom tablet.
Be sure to power your Motorola Xoom down before packing it the box in the supplied, padded FedEx envelope. When the package has been received, you’ll receive a confirmation email with a link to track the status of your return shipment.