The original ICS update for the Asus Transformer started rolling out almost 2 months ago. It was met with users reporting device reboot loops, poor battery performance, and app crashes.
Asus has since released a software update (March 13th - version 220.127.116.11) to try and combat these problems.
Some users are reporting that the initial problems are still present, some are reporting it has been fixed.
Given the last month to consider, how have you found the update to be? Was it a big jump from...
Like I have to press it at least 5-10 times before I can either unlock the tablet. What's wrong?
I've got some Christmas cash that I've saved in order to purchase a 10.1" Android tablet. I've had my eye on the Asus Transformer (TF101), the Motorola Xoom Family Edition, and perhaps the Sony tablet. Leaning heavily toward the Transformer due to it's expandability and Asus's promise of upgrading to ICS. However, I'm wondering if prices might be on the verge of coming down and perhaps I could be rewarded by having some patience. I'm only looking in the sub-$400+/- arena with a limited budget...
I tried to save a file to my SD card but it would not allow me.
has anybody found a User's Manual? especially for the spreadsheet, I've never seen anything quite so wonky!
I have been worried about that since even tho Asus says there's a GPS in their tablet, my local BestBuy doesn't say so.
Like Windows Explorer, so you can move file/folders, create folders, copy/cut/paste, etc...?
I ask because it seems like most people buying these super cheap TouchPads either already have a tablet or weren't really in the market for one anyway. Seems like relatively few people are buying one instead of another tablet that they were intending to purchase (though obviously that must be the case for at least some people).
Two days ago I decided to move the content on my phone to my Xoom, namely pictures and music, by swapping MicroSD cards and copying the data from the card onto the device. The music player worked well while the card was still in the slot, but now that I have removed it every song gives me an Error: File can not be read. Any ideas on how to fix this? I shall try to remove the data and copy it onto the tablet using the USB cable, will update with the results.
I wonder if it's possible to plug an external USB card reader ? I'm particularly interested in CF readers, but I guess if any external reader can be plugged in (and recognized), CF readers should also work...
I really need help on this one. I actually have both here in my home, but have to return one in the next couple of days but can't figure out which one is best. I know the Transformer has the dock, but I'm trying to look at them independently of that. What do you all think?
I've never had a tablet or used it. Therefore the question may not make sense but here's what my question basically is: Do I have to buy Internet services like I would in pc's? If so, how do it work? Or is it possible to get internet connections without any costs? Some of the products I'm specifically looking into are the following: Asus - Eee Pad Transformer Tablet TF101 Acer - Iconia Tablet A500 Samsung - Galaxy Tab 10.1 Apple® - iPad® 2