ASUS has just announced a quick update for their popular and original Eee Pad Transformer Tablet — not the Prime. The update is available starting today for users that have already updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and should fix a slew of bugs, as well as the lag issue some were experiencing on ICS. More details and changelog after the break.

The TF101 was updated to Android 4.0 ICS back in February, and this is the first update since so users should be happy to see some changes and improvements. We aren’t seeing anything major other than a few bugs and specifically that change to help the lag issues, but here is the changelog as provided by ASUS:

Improves system stability
Improves email stability
Improves AppBackup App
Improves MyLibrary stability
Supports Wi-Fi Direct
Supports unzip in File Manager
Add restore tab function in Browser

The update will begin rolling out today, April 24th, so users should already be seeing this hit their tablets. As usual you can manually pull the update by going to settings > about tablet > check for updates or ASUS Firmware updates and enjoy this latest build. Feel free to give it a try and let us know should you have any problems. Does stability seem improved, and how about those lag issues? Drop us a comment and enjoy.

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