Update Rolling Out to the Original ASUS Eee Pad Transformer


With its followup a bit hard to come by after its December release, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is in the midst of yet another update. No, it isn’t an upgrade to Android 4.0. The new software instead aims to fix a number of minor bugs and further tweak the performance of the dual-core tablet. The update can be pulled down to the Transformer via ASUS’ home-brewed update app.

[via AndroidCentral]

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  1. Maaaaan, got excited for nothing.

  2. Hey kevin you should do an update to this post. The update is known get rid of root permanantly through the razorclaw one click method.

    1. Thank you for saying that. But I have the common sense to not apply updates from a company. I’m sure it’ll interfere with my root files and stuff.

      But there are the other people…

  3. This isn’t the one I got last Thursday when I first turned it on?

  4. Oh, original? My bad. Heh.. Thought meant the Prime.

  5. Not touching it.  Got lucky and got a rootable one.  Not touching and upgrade that will break that.

  6. Asus said they would have ICS on the original by year end right? Time is closing in.

  7. OG getting update!? ICS!? “No”

    Bah!! I didn’t even care to read the rest. LoL!! I’ll just sticking to using my ROMs. 

  8. Prior to this update, the Honeycomb launcher crashes a lot.

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