Way back in December, the HTC Flyer, the first Android tablet to be designed around stylus input, finally got an upgrade to Honeycomb. Now, the update is available to US Cellular customers who happen to own this tablet. Now, I know what you're thinking. "US Cellular? HTC Flyer? Honeycomb? Holy crap, my time machine works!" Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but no.


The update is available via a download on HTC's website. Unfortunately, an OTA update is not available. If you run a Windows machine, you can download the upgrade (a word we're using generously here) directly. Mac users, on the other hand, will have to head to a US Cellular store for help in updating their HTC Generic Flyer.

While we're on the subject, though, hey HTC? Mind making some new tablets? I know that it doesn't really seem to be your thing but with ever increasing phone sizes, you're halfway there as is. You guys made the first Android smartphone and you still make some of the best phones around. Get in on this game already. Don't let ASUS have all the fun.

Source: HTC