Are you the owner of a Motorola DROID XYBOARD tablet? Then, you are probably used with all its problems regarding the OS. This tablet was released with Android 3.0 Honeycomb at the worst moment possible: exactly when Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was ready to be released as well. After all this time without any word on a possible update, we can finally announce you that you’ll receive the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update at any moment, for both 8.2 and 10.1 versions.
Verizon is rolling out this update right as we are speaking, so be sure that you’ll soon enjoy its entire package of features and improvements among we can mention: Chrome web browser, Movie Studio app, Project Butter, Google Now, improved camera app, expandable notifications, voice search, multichannel audio, offline voice dictation, triple buffering in the graphics pipeline, as well as Bluetooth data transfer from Android Beam or gapless playback (also known as audio chaining).
Besides all these, we also have a promise that we’ll find major changes regarding the tablet’s WiFi performance, not to mention the improved voice search and the fact that the widgets and the shortcuts can be re-sized and re-positioned so that all the new items could fit on the screen.
You should also know that this Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update will come via OTA, as our source confirms, so it might take a while to reach to you. But if you had so much patience, a few more days won’t mean that much. And for those who are disappointed about the fact that we are still taking about Android 4.1.2 when everyone is focusing their attention towards the latest KitKat, we have only one thing to say: it is definitely better than nothing and although things are moving slow, we at least see something happening.