Verizon branded LTE Motorola XOOM seeing Jelly Bean Updates?


When the WiFi Motorola XOOM was listed as a target device for a Jelly Bean update, everyone with a Verizon branded device got a little up in arms. That disappointment and anger was to be expected, but so was the fact that the LTE tablet wouldn’t be snagging Jelly Bean right out the gates. Of course the WiFi models have all started to see some Jelly Bean love. So what about you Verizon owners?

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According to one reader from Droid-Life, they picked-up an update to Jelly Bean on their Verizon Motorola XOOM. The update moved his XOOM to build number JRo03H, which is the newest update officially available. You can take note of the baseband for confirmation that it was indeed on the Verizon branded device.

Could Verizon have put it in the system for a brief moment by accident and then pulled it after some people got updates? Maybe Verizon let a few loose in a tester situations ahead of their schedule. Anything is possible. Until we hear official word from Verizon and or Motorola, we will file this one as a lucky user once of scenario.

Source: Droid-Life

 

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