Honeycomb 3.2 on July 28th?

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  1. taichimaster

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    I'm starting to see some "buzz" about honeycomb 3.2 coming out tomorrow.

    Anyone else hearing this too?

    Ken
     
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    Yeah for the Motorola XOOM & ASUS so far. click for details --> Android 3.2 Honeycomb Guide | Android Community
     
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    Haven't come across anything mentioning the Acer so far, just the ASUS Transformer :(
     
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    I admit the link gives a description and I know they are never 'complete' descriptions but I admit to a bit of disappointment. Ive been given to believe the 3.2 update would resolve the sdcard (external_sd) mounting issues yet the link mentions 'read only' alterations. Granted for the r00t3d this is not the case but for the general user its going to suck.

    *Before I get flamed I do understand that the release is a description for Asus and Moto Xoom. This is not ness a reflection of what Acer will do with it (the changes).
     
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    Ugh read only? Really?
    Good thing we have a regular USB port for flash drive use.

    Could it be as simple as that?
     

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