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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by whitesnake1, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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  2. wilkster

    wilkster Newbie

    Where I come from this is called a week for week slip. Don't hold your breath. Happily my transformer is working very well as is.
     
  3. Stuntman

    Stuntman Android Expert

    I don't need to hold my breath. I'm simply enjoying the awesomeness of the Eee Pad on Honeycomb.
     
  4. viber

    viber Android Enthusiast

    Straw that broke the camel's back.

    ASUS Transformer put up for sale today, and I'll be replacing it with an iPad3 if I get another tablet.

    I'm off the android merry-go-round.
     
  5. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Android Enthusiast

    really? personally id rather have the ASUS guys getting their ICS image right and ensuring its properly UAT'd before it gets released and breaks other stuff. HC is working fine as is, nothing to complain about, it does what i need it to do - is there really something that ICS has that you REALLY need besides how it looks and feels?
     
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  6. AutobahnSHO

    AutobahnSHO Android Enthusiast

    Good luck, may you never get the iStuffs that have issues......
     
  7. viffer800

    viffer800 Well-Known Member

    Wot e' sed ....... absolutely :)
     
  8. viber

    viber Android Enthusiast

    Rock on then. Some people are content to ride the android train and live with the prospect of having support for their device abandoned less than a year after its released.

    Not me. I'm done

    I dumped all my android phones in the last two weeks, got an i4S, and a 3GS for the wife...and it's a miracle, the 3GS had an up to date OS out the box...not bad for a 3 year old phone. I've love to see any android phone maker support their 3 year old phone with ICS.

    Anyway, you do what you have to do, and I'll do the same. Once the Transformer is gone, I'll be android free and much happier. It's been a fun ride, but 3 years and 7 android phones later, my cup runneth over.
     
  9. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    Fair play, iOS isn't for some. Like wise Android doesn't work out for folk either so you've got to go with what works best for you. :)
     
  10. turbohobbit

    turbohobbit Android Enthusiast

    To be honest I'm not as excited about ICS on my Transformer as I am on my phone as I think it's more designed to bring phones up to a standard rather than advance tablet-tech.

    That said, I'm keen to know what ICS will bring to the Transformer party in terms of additional / enhanced userability and support for third party kit.
     
  11. Podivin

    Podivin Android Expert

    I agree. I briefly had a Samsung Nexus phone, so I got to use stock ICS. It's very different from what's on a stock phone, but only a little different from the OS that's on our TF's.
    It'll be cool to have, but it's not really life changing. :)
     
  12. AutobahnSHO

    AutobahnSHO Android Enthusiast

    If I bought ANY Android phone right now it would get an update right out of the box. So whatever. Apple builds some excellent crap but I can not and will not deal with iToons. Flexibility and dragndrop For The Win.
     
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  13. mchristjr1983

    mchristjr1983 Newbie

    i'm not exactly too worried about the stock update. the cyanogenmod9 rom is what i am hungry for :)
     
  14. Shaddow313

    Shaddow313 Newbie

    Your obviously not a developer and perfer to be told what you can and can not do with your device. Do you rule the device or does it rule you, see with apple they restrict what you do so that they can sell another overpriced piece of garbage. Android = Freedom
     
  15. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    Viber's made his choice, that's cool, it's his to make. If he's paying money for his devices, he's got to go with what works for him.

    Lets move back to discussing ICS on the transformer. ;)
     
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  16. kcarter3

    kcarter3 Newbie

    i feel when ics comes it comes...my tf is fine. i played with the prime 2 days ago. my buddy has it. it is snappy... i like it but if i get ics i feel no need to upgrade. maybe thats reason for delay. get as many primes sold or switched out b4 the two are almost equal.
     
  17. Pretkomel

    Pretkomel Well-Known Member

    I read that Asus UK, Facebook account says that is coming next week. Anyone can confirm? :(
     
  18. frondeskias

    frondeskias Lurker

    ICS is available now for Asus Transformer TF101. Just updated mine. Damn looks awesome. New Settings menu, structure and feel.
     
  19. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    I just checked mine and nothing.

    Are you US based or elsewhere Frondeskias?
     
  20. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum
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    I'm in the U.S. and nothing here either. Asus is usually pretty good about simultaneous rollouts, so I'd take the news with a hopeful grain of salt. Maybe it's rolling out from east to west over the next couple of days.
     
  21. Herodroid

    Herodroid Well-Known Member

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  22. Fishyweb

    Fishyweb Android Enthusiast

    I'm reliably informed that ICS for the TF101 is rolling out now in Taiwan. Hopefully it won't be too much longer in other countries.
     
  23. mchristjr1983

    mchristjr1983 Newbie

    Chillin' at home with a cup of coffee. TF101 plugged in and sleep disabled. Sound cranked up and update screen up and waiting. This feels like Christmas 1990 waiting for my Red Ryder bb-gun. GRRRRRRRR C'MON!!!! :D

    (edit)
    Asus UK's Facebook page says their update will be starting tomorrow

    http://www.facebook.com/asus.uk?ref=ts
     
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  24. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    If you're rooted but not running a custom ROM, it's a good idea to install OTA Rootkeeper if you want to keep root.

    I'm not sure what the deal is with Root and updates to the transformer, but I'm using OTA Rootkeeper to temp unroot before I update, just in case root plays funny with the OTA.
     
  25. DrMaus

    DrMaus Lurker

    How do I know where my tablet is from?? I'm from Argentina... Should I wait for US, UK, EU, Taiwan?

    I being following this forum for a pretty long time, I just registered cause I'm so excited about this!!
     

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The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer release date was April 2011. Features and Specs include a 10.1" inch screen, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM, and Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 processor.

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