Motorola Looking for WiFi XOOM Owners to Test New Software
Since June 27th at Google I/O, we’ve all known that the Motorola Xoom was going to be one of the first devices to get an official taste of Jelly Bean, but this hasn’t happened as of yet.
Fortunately, with the source code already released, there are a bunch of developers working fast to get newly updated ROMs out with an Android 4.1 base, but that only means a score for the custom ROM community; anyone waiting for something official is out in the cold still, for now.
There is news from the Motorola Feedback Network Forums that may mean there is a light at the end of the tunnel. There have been a few WiFi Xoom owners who have been asked by Moto to help and participate in a software soak test. Here is what the lucky members are getting in their:
Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We would like to invite to you take part in a software test for owners of the U.S. Wi-Fi Xoom. If you are not using a U.S. Wi-Fi Xoom, please excuse and ignore this message.
If you’re interested in testing new software and providing feedback about your experience, please fill out this short registration form: We recommend you respond as quickly as possible as start times are generally fluid. Please be patient if we don’t contact you right away — and be prepared for a launch at any time. When we’re ready to begin we will send an email with more information, if you register successfully.
Motorola Feedback Network
Motorola Owners’ Forum
Speculation continues to grow around what software they are testing, but I am sure that Motorola and Google will live up to what they told all of us and will get Jelly Bean out to all the Xoom owners as soon as they can.
Source: Android Central