ARCHOS: Ice Cream Sandwich Updates Rolling Out To G9 Tablets "Within The Next Two Weeks" (For Real This Time)
In early January, ARCHOS let everyone know that the update to Android 4.0 would be coming "in the near future" to all G9 tablets, and a week later we saw them demoing a said update at CES. The rep at CES said the update was scheduled to roll out in the first week of February – a target which the company obviously missed. Now they’ve taken to their Facebook page once again to apologize for the delay and announce that "they fully anticipate deploying the upgrade within the next two weeks."
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