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Old April 14th, 2012, 01:02 PM   #301 (permalink)
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I downloaded the Wake Lock app yesterday morning. Just a minute ago I discovered the tablet on the Asus screen with the frozen circle.
Did you enable wake lock?

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Did you enable wake lock?
Hmm, well I selected the partial wake_lock option and checked the start on boot option. I may not have activated it again after changing the options, so I'll do it all again and see what happens...
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Make sure you've checked Acquire, too.

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It must not have been enabled. I haven't seen the first post of a rebooting or froze tablet with wake lock
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It must not have been enabled. I haven't seen the first post of a rebooting or froze tablet with wake lock
Yeah that's my guess. Come to think of it, I wasn't too sure how to confirm the settings when I first installed it. I probably just hit the back button. I got it now though. Looking forward to ending the reboots.
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Asus failure to fix these ICS issues is getting comments on sites
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I am a new TF101 owner and am having the RR and freezes. I just installed wake lock and did the sleep option in settings. I also have down loaded the update from asus but havent tried that.

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wake lock has been rock solid now for two weeks. No reboots, not freezes and only minimal battery impact.
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wake lock has been rock solid now for two weeks. No reboots, not freezes and only minimal battery impact.
I disabled the lock screen before I did wake lock are you doing both?
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I disabled the lock screen before I did wake lock are you doing both?
Nope, still using the stock lock screen.
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ive uninstalled dual battery widget and no reboots/offs for a week
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Still had a reboot with wake lock at 13 or 14 hours.i went ahead and tried the ICS update from Asus.
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Still had a reboot with wake lock at 13 or 14 hours.i went ahead and tried the ICS update from Asus.
That's the first post I've seen with a rr using wakelock.. I suspect it wasn't due to the ICS bug
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That's the first post I've seen with a rr using wakelock.. I suspect it wasn't due to the ICS bug
Once my Transformer rebooted there was an icon for WakeLock in the systray, it was not there before the RR. I'm guessing it wasn't fully active.
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Once my Transformer rebooted there was an icon for WakeLock in the systray, it was not there before the RR. I'm guessing it wasn't fully active.
After my daughter's soccer game i got my transformer from three car where it was off. I have wake lock on partial, start on boot, and acquire/release is ticked. When i booted it again it was at 67%charge.
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It'll drain the battery somewhat.. But my experience isn't quite that bad. At least the reboots and SOD's are nullified totally
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It'll drain the battery somewhat.. But my experience isn't quite that bad. At least the reboots and SOD's are nullified totally
The battery was i n the 70s to start, so there was little drain, what i was saying was it still shut itself off.
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That's the first post I've seen with a rr using wakelock.. I suspect it wasn't due to the ICS bug
Then I must also add that using wake lock on PARTIAL_WAKE_LOCK did NOT solve the rr problem for me. It seems to have solved the deep sleep issue, but I still get rr's with the same frequency that I did before.

(P.S. in a previous post I mentioned that the Keep Awake option in Developer options worked at stopping rr's and deep sleep. This has since proved incorrect. It seemed (although I could be mistaken) to lengthen the time between rr's but it did not stop them)
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Wake lock has been solid for over a week now. Aside from having to charge it more frequently, it's nice to pick up the tablet when I need it and actually be able to use it! Just make sure Wake Lock is actually holding on the right mode in the notification area. Having said that, I'll probably see problems today!
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I signed up on this forum specifically to find out if there is any fix for all the issues I am experiencing on my TF101 since the OCS upgrade.

I have all issues, on docking without docking, reboots, playing dead, turning off by itself, flashing, loss of battery....it is most frustrating! any help would be appreciated
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I signed up on this forum specifically to find out if there is any fix for all the issues I am experiencing on my TF101 since the OCS upgrade.

I have all issues, on docking without docking, reboots, playing dead, turning off by itself, flashing, loss of battery....it is most frustrating! any help would be appreciated
Install wake lock Power Manager, set it to partial wake lock and then check the acquire/release lock box.

It might degrade the battery performance but it should stop most, if not all boot locks and reboots.
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WakeLock fixed my random reboots and boot loops but battery life suffered. I uninstalled WakeLock before applying the new firmware the other day and I'm almost 48 hours without a boot loop or random reboot. Let's see if this trend holds true, because I'm reading about plenty of people that updated and did not have their problems fixed.
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Asus has released a new firmware update for the TF101. I'm not sure what the change log is, but I would hope it fixes the random reboots and deep sleeps. Maybe those with wake lock should try disabling it, installing the update and seeing how it goes.
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Doing it right now ... Will let you know.
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Maybe those with wake lock should try disabling it, installing the update and seeing how it goes.
I tried disabling wake lock, I went 30+ hours without a reboot, but during that time gmail did notwork reliably.
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Asus has released a new firmware update for the TF101. I'm not sure what the change log is, but I would hope it fixes the random reboots and deep sleeps. Maybe those with wake lock should try disabling it, installing the update and seeing how it goes.
Is this a new fw beyond the 4/24 release or is this just the 4/24 release?

And just because it is over there and annoying me and therefore I must pass it on:



I haven't a clue what that's all about.
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I tried disabling wake lock, I went 30+ hours without a reboot, but during that time gmail did notwork reliably.
Exactly! No reboots or SOD, but the gmail app is really bad after about an hour or two of uptime. I just cleared the data and let it re-sync..hopefully that helps.
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Still no update here (Canada)
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The newest updated (released in the US 24 April) is still Android 4.0.3, but it is build 9.2.1.21-20120413.

I don't know if it is worldwide OTA yet. It is on the Asus site though. ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download Eee Pad Transformer TF101.
I originally posted this in another thread but is applicable here too.
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One thing I'd like mention is that since I upgraded to the latest update I have had to uninstall and reinstall several apps to get them to work again (clearing cache and data didn't work). Two apps I've had to do this for are Chrome Beta and Splashtop Remote Desktop. So I'd recommend that fix to anyone with a similar FC problem.

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I have the same issue, random shutdowns after ICS install, flashind asus symbol with bbot language in upper left corner. Sometimes holding the power button makes it reboot.
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Wake lock (with the partial wake lock setting) has reduced my reboots to just one in the past 10 days.
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Yesterday afternoon I encountered my first random reboot since installing the latest update from Asus. Still disappointed it's not fixed. But at least it goes about two weeks between crashes. (FYI I am not using Wake Lock)
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Here's what I've found after running the latest update and removing wake lock. I still get random reboots while asleep, but I have not had any boot loops or frozen boots that completely drain the battery. Were in not for checking the system uptime status, I wouldn't have even realized that it was rebooting at all, but it seems that 30 hours is pretty much maximum for me.

Still, the battery life is much more in line with Honeycomb and the random locks and bootloops are gone, so it is definitely a step in the right direction. I can live with this, but I hope Asus is still working on the fix for the reboots.
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Finally got my update 3 days ago.

The very next day, my tablet went into a boot loop.

had to turn back on the wake thing as well as airplane mode.
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Sigh. Yes, I too have had a boot lock in the past few days. It was the first since the last update and clearly indicates the problems aren't solved. It's much better for me, so I haven't reinstalled wake lock.
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I had one of the worst issues yet with my Transformer after the latest update. It rebooted and then got stuck in a boot loop which just consisted of the Asus Eee Pad BIOS screen followed by reboot, continuing endlessly. I held the power button for a minute and plugged it in. Nothing was able to break the cycle. Finally, out of desperation I performed a full data wipe from the pre-boot menu and that fixed it. BUT I AM HIGHLY DISSATISFIED! I should NOT have to wipe all my user data to fix the problem. If this issue isn't resolved soon I will have to find a non-Asus product. Come on Asus, my Motorola Droid X didn't have as many serious issues and that runs stupid MOTOBLUR... Vanilla (or nearly so) Android should not be having these problems.
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HI EVERYBODY,

as many of you did too, yesterday i got the Update to "Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich" to my ASUS Transformer.

I LOVE IT

Seems to be faster and everything i have before on 3.1 works perfectly now on 4.0.3


MYSTERIOUS PROBLEM

I never turn off my Tablet, i just let the screen go OFF and whenever i need it i simply push the Power Button that turns on the Screen, but last night, my Transformer TURNED OFF on it's own and it didn't want to come on at all!


I left my Tablet in StandBy, as usual, with about 40% of Battery left and went out with some friends, when i got back home i tried to turn on my Transformer...

DEAD

Considering my Tablet never did the "Playing Dead Trick" i figured that during the Update it might have lost the Calibration to the Battery, so what i thought it was 40% Battery it was in reality 3-4%.

So i attached it to the Charger, and it was still off... so i re-tried to Push the Power Button while on Charger, but nothing...

I had to wait a Couple of Minutes, and i was able to turn it on...

And guess what???

I still had 36% of Battery

So why in tha world did it shut off on it's own?

Right now i am trying to run it out of Battery, i want to drain it and then recharge it all the way from 0 to 100%, but i was wondering if anyone else of you encountered a similar problem after the update to "Ice Cream Sandwich"

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ya....... me too ....... have the same problem........ yet showing the wrong time.......
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My Transformer F101 had the same problem it would just shut off mysteriously, and randomly while doing many different things or not even doing anything. At first it was a few times but then it got worse and worse, and would reboot, and shut off randomly and sometimes freeze. I had the protection plan through best buy on it, and I just took it in told them my problem (I showed them it freezing luckily I got it to freeze while not being there long). They told me that the protection plan I got allows me to replace the broken one, but they don't have that one in, and probably wont get anymore in because of the new Transformer Prime, and the other Transformer TF300T. Currently they didn't have the Prime so I went with the 32GB TF300T. That one has been running for a few months now without any problems.
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I have had the shutdown and reboot problem several times while docked and undocked
twice in the car while running google traffic. Awkward to get going again.
Long hold on power button required. 10-15secs
I believe it happened before upgrade to jelly bean, but not sure.
at least 10 times in 4 weeks.
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Old June 20th, 2013, 10:38 AM   #341 (permalink)
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So my tablet problems seem identical to the original posters problems, but I am using my tablet when it shuts down. I then boot up my tablet (after being pluged in for 5-10 minues). If I try to boot up my tablet w/out pluging it in, it just blinks the light on the top. No boot up problems, it never repeats. But heres the wierd part. I am running Jelly Bean.

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Old June 20th, 2013, 01:47 PM   #342 (permalink)
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Do you have a TF101? It was never officially updated to JB as far as I'm aware.

Are you running a custom ROM.
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