In an email to members of the Motorola Feedback Network, Motorola has confirmed that it is in the final stages of development for a new update meant for the Verizon Motorola Xoom 4G that improves pay as you go support for monthly data access. The update is intended as an invisible maintenance update and is not expected to include any other major changes. Continue reading for the full letter.
Thanks very much for signing up to give feedback about your Motorola Xoom on Verizon. You will be testing final software for your LTE Xoom. Despite the wild rumors about ICS, this is a very limited update providing improved support for pay-as-you-go customers on Verizon. It should be essentially “invisible” in terms of device operation.
Because of this, we will be looking for feedback on two primary questions:
- Did you update successfully?
- If yes, did the update alter your device in any unexpected way?
We feel this software is safe and ready, but your input will provide the data we need to make a go/no-go decision. Here are key points to know:
- I will send out another email with a survey where you can provide your answers to these two questions.
- It will come within a few hours of when the software begins to be pushed to your phones.
- That push is expected around mid-day tomorrow.
- Please do not post comments on public sites about this update; instead provide your input through the survey I will provide.
- Please do respond to the survey by Friday morning. We expect to make our decision to release this update later that day
Do not send emails to this account or PM me unless I ask you to do so. General questions sent to either place will go unanswered — put your questions and comments in the survey please.
Thanks again for your confidentiality and participation. Your help with updates like this certainly counts in your favor when other test opportunities arise.
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Update: Verizon has posted the changelog that mentions the update on its support page for the tablet and can be seen below: