Verizon is set to roll out a fresh software update for its 4G LTE-based Motorola XOOM tablet. Many users trusted that the tablet was getting grounded for an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The worse news is that there’s currently no way to get Android 4.0 ICS OS build from this new update. The update is very limited and invisible, bringing a couple of features along with it. The new update is carrying the new build number HLK75F. The change log of the update is as follows:
# Now offers month to month, pay as you go 4G LTE Mobile Broadband service.
# Updated Google Setup Wizard to improve reliability of Pay As You Go detection on first device power up.
Please note that the update is not rolling out, But, you’ll probably receive it in the next few days. In fact, Verizon has assured the update is coming soon. That means the update should be hitting your tablet at any time, asking you to accept to download it. You can also force the update manually by heading over to Menu –> Settings –> About Tablet –> System Updates –> and tap Install Now button –> Device Reboots automatically. This process should initiate the latest software upgrade process. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the update process in approximately in 5 to 10 minutes. The update is weighing 7.8MB of size. We’ll let you know as soon as the new OTA update starts roll out for the LTE Motorola Xoom tablet.