Asus transformer prime

ASUS rolling out Jelly Bean to Transformer Prime and Infinity in the US

If you're the proud owner of a powerful quad-core ASUS Transformer tablet then we have some good news for you today. Earlier this week we saw the Transformer Prime get updated to Jelly Bean internationally, and many in the US were wondering when they'd see Android 4.1 on their tablet. Today ASUS themselves have confirmed the update is starting in the next 72 hours -- over on XDA of all places.

ASUS releases another teaser video before MWC

Just yesterday, ASUS dropped a 'Teaser video II' that doesn't give much away, except that we should expect "twice the detail" in one of their upcoming products at MWC. With only two days until the actual event, you'd think they would ease up on the teasing and just let us painlessly await their press conference. Alas, that wasn't their plan, and they have just dropped 'Teaser video III'.

ASUS Transformer Prime 3rd update this month rolling out, hopefully fixes reboots

ASUS has been pretty busy it seems, because they have just pushed out another over the air update for the Transformer Prime tablet. This is actually the third OTA update for the Prime this month alone here in the US. I'm starting to wonder if they'll ever give us a change log. After the last update seemed to cause more problems than it fixed, we are hoping for something different with this latest update to build 9.4.2.15 so we'll see.

ASUS Transformer Prime gets ClockworkMod Recovery

Well folks, that sure was fast. After ASUS released their official bootloader unlock tool only hours ago, the amazing developer community we all love and trust have already released ClockworkMod Recovery for the quad-core powered tablet. It is available now and will require a few ADB commands but for those interested this is good news.

Android Community Evening Wrap-Up: February 17, 2012

TGIF, and now that the work week is coming to a close, lets go over today's top stories. First up, let me mention our own Michael Crider recently returned from a 3-day business trip from Dallas-Fort Worth to Las Vegas. He took the RAZR MAXX along to see how long the massive 3300mAh battery would last. It managed to last 3 full days of communication and mobile web access with 4G LTE turned off. 3300mAh may have been the 'sweet spot' we've all been waiting for after all.
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