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I have tablet which has a IAMPX200 Processor and a M718 Main Board.

The current OS is Android 2.3, and I want to upgrade it to Android 4.0. Is it possible? If yes, please give any suggestions.

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Simple answer: No.

ICS requires an Armv7 processor. Arm11 processors are armv6, as such your tablet doesn't support ICS.

however, a ROM maker may have ported it to your professor and hardware - I suggest you check forums such ad XDA Developers.

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Then on My ARM11 processor which Android version is supported on armv6 – Milind Jan 9 '13 at 9:06
Arm11 is Armv6, ich supports all versions less than 4.0. – Liam W Jan 9 '13 at 9:29

What tablet? Some can be updated by going settings>about>software update and follow the prompts!

Or if you can't update that way you have to force up via a program on a computer, I recommend uberoid.

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Down voted as no research made. If you had made some research, you would've seen that ICS isn't compatible with processors of Arm11 architecture. – Liam W Jan 9 '13 at 8:12

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