Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Nutz, Sep 13, 2012.
+1. What's that?
I got JB, so now, what's next?
should I uninstall Adobe flash player? It still appears on the app grid
Also ICS browser+ is crashing right away. what about the stock browser?
It is still there.
Still no luck for me. I'm not getting the internet error anymore. Its just telling me there's no update available.
It did that to me too. Just keep hitting the "check now" button until it shows. Might wanna try rebooting as well.
From power off state, hold volume down key and press power key to boot......continue holding both until small text appears in upper left of screen. Do nothing else......just let it boot. This is a cold boot.
It takes a bit of time....a minute or so.
I got Jelly Bean today unexpectedly today... 4.1.1 is installed now.
I am pretty stoked but I don't know all the details of what is different
good times at the beach
Yeah I'd like to know what features and details JB has
I'm in the US and haven't been able to pull the update. Anyone else having this problem?
Just leave Flash alone. It won't update, but if you already have it installed, keep it and use it until flash is phased out for HTML5.
As for a browser, Dolphin and Chrome both work great on JB.
This morning my TF201 says there is a firmware upgrade, but then it fails to get it and requests trying later!
Clear data in settings, in manage applications, then reboot the tablet
Clear data in settings? That's awful vague. Should we be clearing and force stoppimg cmc client, dmc client, or Google framework? I've read to do any of the three at one time or another...
I believe that this estimate was off
Yeah, I wonder if we'll ever get an admission from the naysayers that they were just being needlessly impatient and negative... My guess is no.
Make sure you use the volume DOWN key - I misread the above and used the volume UP key, which caused the tablet to lock up. I had to use the reset hole to fix it.
Sorry, what part is vague? Go to settings, applications, select all, scroll to settings, clear cache, clear data, then reboot the tablet. See if that helps
Yea, so do I but with carriers being 4-6 months behind source release it was hard for any person to believe that every other device except a Nexus device would receive an upgrade in a timely manner. So, forgive me for skeptical about Asus but if you would read early threads from this section, you may believe that Asus is/was a joke of a company and hoping for a timely os upgrade would not be in their best interests considering the release of the 300, 700 and the Nexus
I'll raise my hand as being a naysayer but as I said above, it's hard to trust HTC, Moto, Samsung.....for a timely os upgrade and I will say thanks to Asus for releasing a timely upgrade.
Has anyone in UK grabbed it yet?
Yep, playing with it now. Im trying to decide to use stock launcher with folder organiser or put a diff launcher on...hmm but which one. I use apex on my phone
Sorry, didn't realize you meant to clear out the settings APP in settings. Unfortunately that didn't do the trick though :-(
Anyone having trouble downloading the update? Mine keeps saying "update found check notifications" but I can't find anything. Also says it can't connect to internet connection.
For all impatient, let me tell you how the update went down on my prime.
First time I pressed "Check updates" it told me there is an update, check the notification area. Then, after a few minutes it said the file download failed, try again later.
Second time I tried, it went the same way, but this time the button remained disabled.
I waited 30 minutes and it was still disabled, but the message about checking the notification area was there.
I turned the device off and rebooted, but could not bring the button back to be enabled. I kept looking in the System update page every 20-30 minutes, but nothing changed, and there was no new notification.
Then, out of the blue, it started downloading the new version and proceeded to install,all went smooth, finished in about 30 minutes, the longest part was when it checked all installed applications.
I think that when the button goes disable it means you are put in a queue, probably ASUS servers are overloaded with updating all of us more or less at the same time. When your number comes up the download will begin automatically.
For me, the update first showed up and downloaded OK, but failed on the install. Ever since it's been saying there's no update available...
I finally got it this morning. When I got up, the update was ready to be installed (I had left the Prime with the message about not being able to download when I went to bed). I ran it and, voila, my Prime was running JB. Gotta say that I like the changes Google made in JB. Things are running smoother, apps appear to be opening quicker, and Google Now is great.
Tried all of the above - it still says 'no update available' or that there is no internet connection when there clearly is. I guess patience will be a virtue here.
So from the improvements does the browser still freeze and ask you to wait or close it?