Today the folks from ASUS have announced another update is available and rolling out as we speak for one of their many Android tablets. ASUS has been leading the charge in updates on the tablet front, and with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean things are no different. Today they’ve initiated the update for their popular Transformer Pad Infinity tablet.
ASUS has been one of those manufacturers we can always rely on to deliver timely updates of Android, and we’re glad to see one more tablet already receiving the latest and greatest from Google. No one does it faster than ASUS. Today they’ve confirmed the update over on their official Facebook Page.
The popular ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity with an amazing 10.1-inch 1920 x 1080p HD display is getting all those features we love about Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The important part of this update brings the multi-user sign in option, gesture keyboard typing, lockscreen widgets, and even better expandable notifications.
ASUS has started pushing the update out this morning, and states that users should be seeing it arrive shortly. As usual, the update will probably roll out in waves but I’d be hitting check for updates in my settings menu right about now. Let us know in the comments below once you receive the update, and if you experience any issues. We’ll update once they post a changelog.
Updated, camera issues. Flash cycles on constantly. Also, haven’t found the orb setting – quit due to flash issue.
Installed the update on my Transformer Pad 700 at 8 AM Thursday 4-4-13 everything seems to be working great, upgrade time was 6 minutes.
Yes, glad Asus is fast with the updates. Downside is, there are bugs. Mine crashes about once/hour after the update. I dont particularly enjoy the full screen task switcher (but that’s google) but I’m glad the taskbar stays the same (home btn on the left, clock on the right)
Update: crashes got slightly less frequent – once or twice per day. There is still no “Always load desktop site” option in Chrome. Fortunately the old stock browser has got it, and it’s still there. Isn’t it silly to watch mobile sites on a 1920by1200 screen?