Once that icon is pressed, the update will download and then install. The update will bring a number of new features including faster web browsing, better multitasking, rich notifications, and customizable home screens. Users will also get resizable widgets to enhance social media integration. Android 4.0 also offers improved text input and spell checking along with a dynamic voice input engine.
Archos also included some special items in the update just for G9 users including support for full 1080p video with most codecs, movies, and TV shows. Descriptions and subtitles now automatically download and wireless content can be shared between the tablet and any computer or DLNA device. If you own one of these tablets and have applied the update, let us know how it worked out for you.
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