Gingerbread to Honeycomb?

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Q&A' started by edie828, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. edie828

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    I bought my Galaxy Tab 7.0 last year, about 4 mos before the new Honeycomb devices were released. Samsung released an upgrade so I went from Froyo to Gingerbread but now I REALLY want to be on Honeycomb. Can I upgrade again or do I need a new device altogether? I like the 7" size & dont want to move to the 10"

    BestBuy dude said the new tablets are WIFI only and not 3G. Is this true? Sometimes those guys dont know ish!
     
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    I prefer Gingerbread for memory management. It allows loading and playing programs from sd card memory. Honycomb does not. The sd card is relegated to storing pictures and music and can be managed from a PC. I tried loading programs from my tablet on the sd card and they did work.

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