ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 receives bootloader unlocking tool

Good news ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 owners, if the idea of flashing custom ROMs and mods onto your tablet sounds like a great idea to you, ASUS has released an APK file that will allow TF300 owners to unlock the tablet’s bootloader. However ASUS also warns you that by doing so, you will be voiding your warranty in the process.

Unlock Device App: Unlock boot loader.

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Notice:

1. Only suitable for Andriod4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS version.

2. Before you download, install, and use the Unlock Device App you acknowledge and assume complete risk to the quality and performance of this App, including but not limited to the following: once you activate the App you will not be able to recover your ASUS product (“Original Product”) back to original locked conditions;the Original Product with the activated App will not be deemed the Original Product; the Revised Product will no longer be covered under the warranty of the Original Product; the software of Revised Product will no longer be deemed the software of the Original Product and can no longer receive ASUS software updates; your purchased digital content may also be affected.

If the idea and the lure of custom ROMs and tweaks and whatnot sounds like it could be worth the tablet’s warranty and is too good to resist, the download and the instructions can be found at ASUS’ website, so pop on over for the details!

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