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Default which version is the correct one 4.0.3. or 3.2.1

I bought a brand new xoomlast week, then I found a better deal and bought that also. I am sending the new xoom back but I noticed on the new xoom that the version was 3.2.1 then I looked at the other xoom and that version was 4.0.3.
Which is the correct one.
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I bought a brand new xoomlast week, then I found a better deal and bought that also. I am sending the new xoom back but I noticed on the new xoom that the version was 3.2.1 then I looked at the other xoom and that version was 4.0.3.
Which is the correct one.
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3.2.1 was Honeycomb OS and the 4.0.3 is Ice Cream Sandwich OS. You should be able to update the 3.2.1 to ICS if it's Xoom Wifi only OTA.
 
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The 4.0.3 is Ice Cream Sandwich--the newest Android version.
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the REAL question is : which one do you prefer, 4G or WIFI only?
 
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the REAL question is : which one do you prefer, 4G or WIFI only?
The REAL question is: why are you assuming that 4.0.3 is only stock. EOS has 4G capabilities for example.
 
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The REAL question is: why are you assuming that 4.0.3 is only stock. EOS has 4G capabilities for example.
Ok can someone explain that,not sure what you mean.Thank's
 
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If your XOOM is rooted, it can run custom roms. TeamEOS makes a custom rom for XOOM 4GLTE models that includes 4G. People prefer these custom builds due to added customization and that 4G XOOMs don't have ICS 4.0.3 yet due to Verizon taking forever to test it and thus you can get a modified version earlier. Basically, you replace the version of Android on your XOOM that is made by Google and put another developer's version on your XOOM.
 
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Ok can someone explain that,not sure what you mean.Thank's
ok, if you're new xoom user and wanna buy xoom don't be confused by advance user, try this: do you wanna 3g/4g internet connection (access internet with postpaid internet service which use sim card), or just WifI will do.in conclusion: XOOM 3g/4g -have sim card slot but have android ver 3.2 (upgradeable later). xoom wifi only - dont have sim slot but stock with android version 4.

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