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There are lots of reports of people with unlocked bootloader hardbricking their TF300 or TF700 when installing stock firmware.

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Asus has announced that the TF700 will receive 4.2 in Q2(April, May, June). Judging by the build that the TF300 just had rolled out to it, it is likely that we will receive 4.2.1. So is there anyone out there that's looking forward to getting this update?

Update: ASUS has said the update should be rolling out today: ASUS Announces Android 4.2 Update for Transformer Infinity, Rolls Out Today – Droid Life

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So is there anyone out there that's looking forward to getting this update?
Um, yes, why not? I'm curious about the 360 camera mode. I haven't witnessed it yet and it sounds cool.
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Um, yes, why not? I'm curious about the 360 camera mode. I haven't witnessed it yet and it sounds cool.
It is a cool concept, but I haven't gotten a chance to take good pictures with it because the gnex camera sucks and the nexus 7 doesn't even have a rear camera.
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Um, yes, why not? I'm curious about the 360 camera mode. I haven't witnessed it yet and it sounds cool.
360 camera is not included in Asus build so you are going to be disappointed. It is a Google only hardware thing.
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Yes! I'm looking forward to this update very much. If this update doesn't fix it's lag issues then it's of to eBay.
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Yes! I'm looking forward to this update very much. If this update doesn't fix it's lag issues then it's of to eBay.
Off to ebay or off to unlocking. Your choice though. Cromi unleashes this tablet compared to stock.

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360 camera is not included in Asus build so you are going to be disappointed. It is a Google only hardware thing.
It's not exactly a Google hardware thing. I have and EVOLTE_Rooted and the files were tweaked to work with Stock With Goodies Rom. It did pretty good. Takes a bit of patience to do it well. This tweaked patch doesn't seem to work as well on MeanBean that I switched over to. Haven't look for one tweaked for it.
Yes you would have to be rooted at this point to install it. It installs as a second camera and gallery.
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Update on the way. Let us know if you get it.
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I just got the update! I hope it fixes this POS!!!!!!
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I just got the update! I hope it fixes this POS!!!!!!
Let us know. Many are curious. We have had some good reports and some bad reports over in XDA and Transformer Forums. Also, I suggest after the update, let the rom stabilize for 5 minutes, then shut it off, hold the power button and volume down button to boot into a menu, then use the volume down to select the Androud guy/text, and volume up. It will Cold boot and will help with dirty flash lag. If that helps also let me know.

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Yeah, I'm curious myself. I hope there isn't the bluetooth issues that many have complained about in AOSP versions of 4.2.1. I'll probably still wait until CROMI 4.0 for it since I'm unlocked and rom'd.
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Yeah, I'm curious myself. I hope there isn't the bluetooth issues that many have complained about in AOSP versions of 4.2.1. I'll probably still wait until CROMI 4.0 for it since I'm unlocked and rom'd.
I agree with you. However some in Transformer Forums said they had no problems with bluetooth, fewer said they did. Its only the first day though.

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I agree with you. However some in Transformer Forums said they had no problems with bluetooth, fewer said they did. Its only the first day though.

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If that's the case, then I'd be relieved. I still want to be able to use my PS3 controller.
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My pictures are lost WTMF!
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My pictures are lost WTMF!
Are they just not in the gallery, or actually removed from internal memory?
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Looks to be gone under file manager>pictures
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Looks like I'll be using the POS tf700 for skeet shooting, pull!

Samsung galaxy note 10.1 here I come!!!
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Plus, when I try to set the stock wallpaper it displays it on 90% of the screen, the other 10% is black.
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Plus, when I try to set the stock wallpaper it displays it on 90% of the screen, the other 10% is black.
before performing an update you should always back up your sensitive or precious data. It is a rule of thumb for developers and can save a lot of hassle if something were to happen like what happened to you. If you are really purchasing a galaxy tab, I hope you are prepared for a not as crisp,and clear screen.

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If you look on the tf700 the partition size was not changed on this tablet so the problems the 300 had the 700 should not have. As of right now the 4.2.1 boot loader is looking compatible with 4.1.1 so we may be able to install the 4.2.1 boot loader and patched twrp and still run 4.1.1. Since this is what will be required for 4.2.1, bricking should not happen unless people do not follow instructions. I know this because sbdags had the 4.2.1 boot loader and was running 4.1.1 on it and it was running normally,,, with the patched twrp of course. Just remember to read all instructions fully. Also since this is the case then cromi 4.0 should not be far away. I would say week at max and one to two days at most. Have fun flashing and remember read all info you can before flashing.

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Yeah; it seems that we are a lot better off than the TF300, but there could still be issues using outdated recoveries. Just wanted to let everyone become aware because nobody wants a hardbrick.
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Yeah; it seems that we are a lot better off than the TF300, but there could still be issues using outdated recoveries. Just wanted to let everyone become aware because nobody wants a hardbrick.
Yes you MUST be on the patched version of twrp 2.4.4. Which no one but sbdags has ATM. So none one try upgrading at the moment. And at this time cwm will not work with the latest boot loader so no one try using it to flash stock or cromi'd version of 4.2.1.

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Just checked for updates d 4.2.1 was sat there waiting.

Installed, no issues. Nothing lost and everything working.

I've not spent any time looking for the differences yet like the camera. All I have noticed is the multi-user option under 'User' in 'Settings' and the fact than the tablet seems to be a whole lot snappier.
Chrome is now super quick and web pages load a lot quicker.

No issues with Bluetooth at all. I heard some where having problems. A soon as the update was completed I tethered back up to my android phone instantly. It's the only method of internet access I use. No problems at all. I did notice to white Bluetooth icon in the task bar that show when internet connection is established is much bigger. Not sure why they would change that.

I haven't yet noticed the black line flashing across the screen. This mainly happened in the gmail app which I still need to try. I hope its gone now.

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Plus, when I try to set the stock wallpaper it displays it on 90% of the screen, the other 10% is black.

Had this before the update. I found restarting the tablet sorted it out.
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Mine updated without issue. Also gallery still works just fine. Haven't tested bluetooth yet and likely won't until tonight or tomorrow.
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OK, I'm at work and don't have my tablet on me so I can't check the exact message. But for the past week or two when i checked under "about tablet" for updates, it said something like "Unfortunately, XYZ client has stopped", and then I could hit "OK", and that was that. Seemingly no actual check done. Other than that, the tablet works great, but I'm still on Jellybean 4.1. So, any ideas how to get the OTA update for my NONROOTED tablet? Something's screwy.
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Have you tried a factory reset as an attempt to clean up a possible issue?
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So, a factory reset as opposed to just a reboot. I will try that when I get home.

Thanks for the suggestion.
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So, a factory reset as opposed to just a reboot. I will try that when I get home.

Thanks for the suggestion.
The other you can try is unticking the autochecking box, then ticking it again.
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I did the factory reset. I remembered to back up my apps, take out the microSD card, etc, everything went great. Well, except for the part where I forgot to back up my photos. C'est la vie.

I now have 4.2.1. It seems nice.
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4.2.1 and 4.1.1 on the TF300 and TF700 is now rootable. The program can be found at XDA-developers. Just thought I'd let everyone know .

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If you can post a copy of the link to it, I will update the all things root sticky with it.
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If you can post a copy of the link to it, I will update the all things root sticky with it.
Here's the link. Credit to respective posters.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2230763

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