While a lot of people waited patiently for the ASUS Transformer TF101 to receive its Ice Cream Sandwich update, quite a lot of people were unhappy when it finally arrived. In addition to updating the tablet’s operating system, it introduced quite a number of bugs such as random reboots, lock-ups while rebooting and more. Well, it looks like salvation is on its way as ASUS has announced that a fix is on its way and should be arriving next week or so.
There was no explanation to what caused the problems, but here’s to hoping it’s not a serious issue. In the meantime, Transformer TF101 users will just have to bear with the aforementioned problems until the solution arrives. We’ll keep you posted when it does. How many of you have been having problems since the Ice Cream Sandwich update?
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