Help with some queries on zync z900 tablet

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  1. bijumoncentury

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    First of all thanks in advance for checking my post. I am totally new to android and i have just bought a zync z900 tablet with froyo os. I want to know whether it could be upgraded to honeycomb versions. what are the extra features i would get through this upgrade. If any one want to know the specification in detail then just reply to my post i will post the processor type and other things after getting it on my hand. For now i am posting the general specification here

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]General -

    Model: Zync Z900
    Product Type: Tablet PC

    Display -

    Type: TFT Resistive Touch Screen
    Resolution: 800 x 480 pixels
    G Sensor: Yes
    Size: 7 inches

    Sound -

    Speakers: Yes, with stereo speakers
    Earphone/Headphone: Yes, 3.55mm jack
    Microphone: Yes, 3.5mm jack

    Camera -

    Front Camera: Yes, 0.3 MP

    Memory -

    Internal: 4 GB storage, 256 MB RAM
    External: Yes

    Connectivity -

    WLAN: Yes
    USB: Yes, v2.0

    Platform & Processor -

    Operating System: Google Android OS v2.2 (Froyo)
    CPU: 800 MHz processor

    Features & Applications -

    Amdroid Market
    MP4/MPEG/ MP3/WAV/WMA media player
    HTML Internet Browser, Email
    Games
    Organizer
    Document editor
    Image editor
    Facebook, Skype, Twitter, MSN
    Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration

    Bettery -

    Type: Lithium-ion polymer
    Capacity: 3000 MAH
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    Generally speaking devices that don't come with Honeycomb can't be upgraded to Honeycomb. The reason for this is that Google never released the source code. You can get some Honeycomb replications based on the enmulator but not true Honeycomb. The advantage of Honeycomb is that it brings a true tablet style OS where as all the previous Android versions are really phone OSes.

    Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is the newest Google OS and they should be releasing the source code for that at some point. It is made for both tablets and phones and has some nice improvements over Honeycomb. I don't know if your specific tablet has been rooted (meaning root level access has been gained) or if it is possible to put any of these other OSes onto it. Hopefully somebody else will be able to help you out on that issue.

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    Thanks for the answer first of all. Whats the difference between a honeycomb replications and original honeycomb i am asking this because does the replications support multi touch if i am wrong sorry i heard from multi touch started from honeycomb froyo or gingerbeard doesn't have this technology please clarify if i am wrong.
     
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    The replications of Honeycomb are built on the emulator not the actual Honeycomb ROM created by Google. The emulator is a program that looks like Honeycomb but runs on computers allowing developers to build and test apps without having to have an actual device. The emulator doesn't have all the features of the actual ROM so anything built on the emulator will be missing some of the features of Honeycomb.

    Android 2.x and up (Eclair 2.1, Froyo 2.2 and Gingerbread 2.3) support multitouch, so you don't need to have Honeycomb (3.x) for multitouch. The most common implementation of multitouch is pinch to zoom. If you can pinch two fingers to zoom in and out in a web browser or in photos then you are using multi touch. You can see from any number of videos with devices running Android that you can in fact do this.
     
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    Could you please tell me would i be able to upgrade from froyo to gingerbread if possible then how?
     

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