Sometimes it’s better not to rush out to get a product when it first launches, just like the early-adopters of Notion Ink Adam recently experienced. An over the air update for their Android tablet has been reported to brick the device, resulting in a large number of customers getting in touch with Notion Ink customer support. This caused Notion Ink to pull the update off the air until they can figure out a fix for the problem. It hasn’t been officially announced what the cause of the problem was, but the folks over at Notion Ink Fan have stated that the glitch is the result of the update file failing to be completely downloaded. Ouch. Not a good start for a tablet that was so hyped up after CES this year. Let’s hope Notion Ink gets the problems fixed as soon as possible. How many of you experienced problems updating the Adam?
Update (1/25): As pointed out by Darshan Vaishnav in the comments, a fix for the bricked devices has been issued. Head over to Notion Ink Fan for more details.
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