Upcoming software update for the XOOM brings additional Bluetooth support & bug fixes

Upcoming software update for the XOOM brings additional Bluetooth support & bug fixes
The Motorola XOOM might have gotten the head start in bringing Android 3.0 Honeycomb to the masses, but it’s beginning to see some stiff competition from other Honeycomb flavored tablets. Regardless of that, it’s still getting some love in the form of software updates.

Verizon Wireless customers who happen to own the Motorola XOOM will be glad to know that an upcoming software update will offer some additional new functionality, while packing along some bug fixes as well. Expected to arrive in the near future, it’ll package along some security features and bug fixes for the tablet’s web browser. Meanwhile, you’ll have the ability to add and use a Bluetooth mouse, discover a shortcut key for the Bluetooth keyboard, and find that Google Talk will support Bluetooth.

Naturally, some will find the supplemented Bluetooth support worthwhile, but more importantly, the bug fixes with the web browser should keep things stable while surfing the web. No word yet on when it’ll land, but don’t be surprised to see that notification pop up in the very near future.

source: Verizon via Mobileburn

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