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    Default Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    I'm very curious.
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    Default Re: Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    I assume you're asking why it isn't on ICS............The answer is, we're lucky it's at least on Honeycomb
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    Default Re: Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    I was just thinking that it probably doesn't help Google entice companies to update their crap, when one of their platforms isn't even able to run on the latest version of Android. Oo
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    Default Re: Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    I was thinking and indeed posted the same ? I would think the OS would just keep up-dating itself with a new OS giving more and more scope and improvements ?

    I like playing about with code in Ms Windows and have played about with Media Centre, so I'm looking for a place to get into google tv and it's bare bones, see if I can add things in myself as it looks like Google TV is going to be a long drawn out process !
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    Default Re: Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    If you're talking about the Revue, it's because it's old. Are 2 year old phones running ICS. Not unless they're rooted they aren't.
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    Default Re: Why does Google TV still run on Honeycomb?

    My guess is Google TV v3, hinted at today, will run ICS (Jelly Bean does not support Flash )
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