Archos G9 tablet gets Android ice Cream magic touch

For those that own the Archos G9 Android tablet who have been waiting to get updated to the latest Android operating system, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, you will be pleased to know that Archos has now released Android 4.0.3 for their G9 tablet range.

According to the people over at Market Watch, as of yesterday the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update began rolling out over the air worldwide, and those that own the Archos G9 slate simple need to keep an eye out for the notification “A” in the lower right-hand corner of your tablet.

With the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update there are a few unique Archos add-ons including full 1080p support, the ability to wirelessly share content between your tablet and DNLA compatible televisions and any computer, along with 3D video support for MKV3D files.

Android Ice Cream Sandwich for the Archos G9 also brings Ethernet dongle support, the Archos remote control app that enables your tablet to be controlled by any Android device, and an optimised file manager with full drag and drop support.

I’m sure most already know that Android 4.0 builds on the stuff the Android faithful love about the Android platform such as customisable home screens, faster web browsing, resizable widgets and the like, and also delivers a dynamic voice input engine, a redesigned gallery app with photo editor, and enhanced imaging capabilities.

So we’d love to hear from any of our readers that use the Archos G9 tablet to let us know if they have already been updated to Android Ice Cream sandwich, and if so is everything running smoothly or have you experienced any problems?


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