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Rescuecom Provides Advice and Mobile Computer Support for All Versions of Android

Press release   •   Mar 22, 2012 15:22 EDT

Syracuse, NY (Mynewsdesk.com) 3/22/12 – Rescuecom keeps its mobile computer repair technicians up to date on all of the latest mobile computer support trends and techniques. Google first released the Android mobile operating system in 2007 and has been updating it ever since. Rescuecom provides mobile computer support for every new version of Android. Rescuecom helps customers choose what device and version will best fit their mobile computer support needs, whether it is an early Android or the latest version.

The most common version of Android on smartphones is version 2.3, known as Gingerbread. Gingerbread is the most widely used version of Android, though not the oldest Android version still in use. Google has updated Gingerbread six times and fixed the most common mobile computer support issues. Therefore, any device with Android 2.3 Gingerbread is less likely to need mobile computer repair. The smartphones and tablets that still use Gingerbread are generally low-end or mid-range products.

Android 3.2, called Honeycomb, is a tablet-focused operating system. That means Google designed it specifically for tablets, not for smartphones. Google released Honeycomb before it was entirely ready in order to keep pace with the explosion of tablets, but has updated it frequently to account for any mobile computer support problems that require serious mobile computer repairs. If you have a tablet that uses Honeycomb, it is best to download all updates so that it does not require mobile computer repairs.

The newest Android operating system is version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Ice Cream Sandwich has not yet made it onto many devices – only about 1.5% of Android smartphones and tablets. Ice Cream Sandwich is more polished than Honeycomb originally was and therefore, Android 4.0 should cause less mobile computer support issues. The major problem with Ice Cream Sandwich is that most mobile phone carriers are taking a long time to release update for their products.

That delay is probably why there are so many rumors currently spreading on the Internet about the next Android. Unofficially called Jelly Bean, Android 5.0 could be coming out as soon as this spring, according to some rumors. Others say it will come in fall and have a dual-booting feature. That would mean the smartphones and tablets running Jelly Bean could also contain another operating system, like Windows Phone. Dual booting could complicate any necessary mobile computer repairs as the mobile computer repair technicians would need to determine which operating system the mobile computer support problem came from. These are, of course, only rumors and Google has not yet announced anything official.

Rescuecom’s certified mobile computer support and mobile computer repair technicians are available 24/7/365 to help customers choose between Android versions and devices. Customers can contact Rescuecom at anytime for immediate advice as well as expert mobile computer support or mobile computer repair for any computer product including laptops, PCs, and tablets.

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RESCUECOM provides computer repair and computer support, 24/7: Meeting every tech support need including data recovery, virus removal, networking, wireless services, and computer support for all brands of hardware and software. For computer support or information on products, services, or computer repair, visit http://www.rescuecom.com or call 1-800-RESCUE-PC.

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