Sony Tablet S receives Android 4.0 update

Sony Tablet S receives Android 4.0 update

If you are one of the Sony Tablet S users, then you’re in luck. After all the working and coding, the Android 4.0 release for Sony Tablet S is finally here, and the update is a breath of cool, fresh, Ice Cream-y air.  It brings all the good Android 4.0 stuff to the tablet which will include things like: 

  • Enhanced lock screen
    • Direct access to Notifications
    • Unlock direct to camera
  • New panoramic camera mode
  • Enhanced Gallery media viewer
    • Direct SD card access + photo editing tools
  • Exclusive “Small Apps’ for multi-tasking
    • Calculator, Browser, Remote Control
    • Move to screen edge for reduced clutter
  • New Home Screen actions
    • Drag icons together to create folders
    • Add names to folders
  • Enhanced web browser
    • Switch from mobile to desktop web sites
    • Save pages for offline viewing
  • Access files directly from SD card
  • Native screenshot capture
    • Press “power” and “Volume –“

If you are using the Tablet S, then connect to Wi-Fi, your Sony Tablet S should prompt you to do a system update, click OK and after few minutes, your tasty Ice Cream Sandwich should be ready, so folks, try the new update and share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.

Source: Sony

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6 Comments

  1. Nesatuf
    April 30, 09:53 Reply

    Not available for mine. Which countries does it published for? From Turkey.

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