/// Motorola Misses Its June Deadline for Offering Xoom Owners 4G Upgrade

July 5, 2011  |  All Things Digital


When Motorola announced the Xoom at the Consumer Electronics Show in January , CEO Sanjay Jha promised that the Honeycomb tablet would be upgradeable to 4G technology by the end of June. That deadline has now come and gone, with no upgrade made available to those who have the Verizon Wireless tablet. A Verizon representative said the upgrade should be available later this summer. Unlike software updates that can be sent over the air, the upgrade to 4G support will require Xoom owners to send in their tablets, a process that Verizon has detailed on its Web site . Users are advised to back up and then delete all personal information on the device. “The 4G LTE upgrade process should not delete content previously stored on your Xoom,” Verizon said.

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