Sony Tablet S: Sony equipped the Tablet S offers a comprehensive software update
Sony vgp-bps13 equipped the Tablet S offers a comprehensive software update. The Japanese manufacturer has recently announced in a blog post. Part of the upgrade is a new version of Android, specifically Android 4.0.3, as well as new features, including a so-called guest mode.
Unfortunately, it's in Android 4.0.3 aka Ice Cream Sandwich is not currently available for the latest version of the mobile operating system from Google. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean could possibly be submitted at a later date by Sony vgp-bps22a, this information was not the manufacturer.
In addition to the new operating system version, the Tablet S after the update can come up with some features that Sony vgp-bps12 was initially developed for the recently launched Xperia S Tablet. Thus, for the Tablet S activate with the latest firmware for example, a guest mode, which allows the primary user of the Android device, restrict access to apps for family members or acquaintances.
Sony vgp-bpl21 is also expanding the capabilities of the remote control app donated, the device improved programs for media playback, including the Walkman apps, music and movies, and adds a few new widgets.
Also new are the applications Socialife and Watch Now. With the latter Sony vgp-bps2b offers a kind interactive TV program guide in Google Play Store, initially only in the United States. Watch Now, the integration of social networks like Facebook and Twitter, and suggests television programs based on user preferences and current trends. Socialife contrast, brings together news, media content and the latest posts from various social networks in one place and presents the user with the latest in a glance.
According to Sony vgp-bps9/b, users will be able to discover numerous new icons in the operating system and the copy and paste function to have been further optimized. The update is free for owners of the Tablet S in the U.S. already available. A date for the distribution of new software in Europe or Germany called Sony unfortunately.
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